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Because of this, it was not released domestically in the officially atheist Soviet Union for years after it was completed, except for a single screening in Moscow.
The film was further cut for commercial reasons upon its U. As a result, several versions of the film exist. Although these issues with censorship obscured and truncated the film for many years following its release, the film was soon recognized by many western critics and film directors as a highly original and accomplished work.
Andrei Rublev is divided into eight episodes, with a prologue and an epilogue only loosely related to the main film.
The main film charts the life of the great icon painter through seven episodes which either parallel his life or represent episodic transitions in his life.
The background is 15th century Russia , a turbulent period characterized by fighting between rival princes and the Tatar invasions.
The balloon is tethered to the spire of a church next to a river, with a man named Yefim Nikolay Glazkov attempting to make the flight by use of a harness roped beneath the balloon.
At the very moment of his attempt an ignorant mob arrive from the river and attempt to thwart the flight, putting a firebrand into the face of one of the men on the ground assisting Yefim.
In spite of this the balloon is successfully released and Yefim is overwhelmed and delighted by the view from above and the sensation of flying, but he can not prevent a crash landing shortly after.
He is the first of several creative characters, representing the daring escapist, whose hopes are easily crushed. After the crash, a horse is seen rolling on its back by a pond, a symbol of life, and one of many horses in the film.
The three represent different creative characters. Andrei is the observer, a humanist who searches for the good in people and wants to inspire and not frighten.
Daniil is withdrawn and resigned, and not as bent on creativity as on self-realization. Kirill lacks talent as a painter, yet still strives to achieve prominence.
He is jealous, self-righteous, very intelligent and perceptive. The three have just left the Andronikov Monastery , where they have lived for many years, heading to Moscow.
During a heavy rain shower they seek shelter in a barn, where a group of villagers is being entertained by a jester Rolan Bykov.
The jester, or skomorokh , is a bitterly sarcastic enemy of the state and the Church, who earns a living with his scathing and obscene social commentary and by making fun of the Boyars.
He ridicules the monks as they come in, and after some time Kirill leaves unnoticed. Shortly after, a group of soldiers arrive to arrest the skomorokh, whom they take outside, knock unconscious and take away, also smashing his musical instrument.
As the rain has stopped, Kyrill returns. Kyrill wants to leave, so Andrei wakes up a resting Daniil. Unaware of what has happened to the jester, Daniil thanks the villagers for the shelter.
As they walk on the heavy rain starts again. Kirill arrives at the workshop of Theophanes the Greek Nikolai Sergeyev , a prominent and well-recognized master painter, who is working on a new icon of Jesus Christ.
Theophanes is portrayed as a complex character: His young apprentices have all run away to the town square, where a wrongly convicted criminal is about to be tortured and executed.
A short while later at the Andronikov Monastery, a messenger arrives from Moscow to ask Andrei for his assistance in decorating the Annunciation Cathedral with Theophanes the Greek.
Both Daniil and Kirill are agitated by the recognition that Andrei receives. Kirill is jealous of Andrei and in a fit of anger, decides to leave the monastery for the secular world, throwing accusations of greed in the face of his fellow monks, who also dismiss him.
Kirill stumbles out of the monastery into the snowy countryside and is pursued by his dog, but Kirill savagely beats it with his walking stick and leaves it for dead.
Andrei leaves for Moscow with his young apprentice Foma Mikhail Kononov. Foma confesses to taking honey from the bee garden, after Andrei notices his cassock is sticky, and smears mud on his face to soothe a bee sting.
While Foma has talent as an artist, he is less concerned with the deeper meaning of his work and more concerned with practical aspects of the job, like perfecting his azure , a colour which in painting was often considered unstable to mix.
They encounter Theophanes in the forest, and the old master sends Foma away. As he leaves, the apprentice finds a dead swan and pokes at it with a stick.
Camping for the night on a riverbank, Andrei and Foma are collecting firewood for their group when Andrei hears the distant sounds of celebration further upstream in the woods.
Going to investigate he encounters a large group of naked pagans , who are conducting a torch lit ritual for Midsummer. A woman named Marfa Nelly Snegina , dressed only in a fur coat approaches Andrei.
After explaining that her people are persecuted for their beliefs she drops her coat, kisses Andrei and then unties him. Andrei runs away, and is lost in the dense woods, scratching his face.
The next morning Andrei returns to his group, including Daniil, and as they leave on their boats a group of soldiers appear on the riverbank chasing after several of the pagans including Marfa.
He and his fellow monks look away in shame. Andrei and Daniil are working on the decoration of a church in Vladimir.
Although they have been there for several months the walls are still white and bare as Andrei is doubting himself. A messenger arrives with word from the furious Bishop to say they have until the Autumn to finish the job.
He comes to the conclusion that he has lost the ease of mind that an artist needs for his work. On a path through the woods soldiers accost the artisans on the orders of the Grand Prince and gouge their eyes out, so that they cannot replicate their work.
Back at the church Andrei is dismayed by the news of their fate and angrily throws paint and smears it on one of the walls.
Durochka Irma Raush whose name identifies her as a holy fool or Yurodivy , wanders in out of the rain and is upset by the sight of the paint on the wall.
Her feeble-mindedness and innocence leads Andrei to the idea to paint a feast. While the Grand Prince is away in Lithuania, his power-hungry younger brother forms an allegiance with a group of Tatars and raids Vladimir.
We see flashbacks of the Grand Prince and his brother attending a religious service in the church, and see the rivalry and animosity between them.
The invasion of the combined armed forces on horseback and the resulting carnage is shown in great detail. The city is burned, the citizens are murdered and women raped and killed.
One scene shows a horse falling from a flight of stairs. Foma narrowly escapes being killed in the city and escapes into the nearby countryside, but as he is crossing a river he is shot in the back with an arrow and killed.
The Tatars show no mercy and massacre the people inside and burn all the painted wooden altarpieces. Andrei saves Durochka from being raped by killing a Russian soldier with an axe.
After being repeatedly burned, he has liquid metal from a melted crucifix poured into his mouth and is dragged away tied to a horse.
In the aftermath only Andrei and Durochka are left alive in the church. Andrei imagines a conversation with the dead Theophanes the Greek, lamenting the loss of his work and the evil of mankind, while Durochka distractedly plaits the hair of a dead woman.
Andrei decides to give up painting and takes a vow of silence to atone for killing another man. Andrei is once again at the Andronikov Monastery as famine and war grip the country.
He no longer paints and never speaks, and keeps Durochka with him as a fellow companion in silence. Several refugees discuss the problems in their respective home towns, and one man talks in a broken voice of his escape from Vladimir.
He is recognised by a younger monk as the long absent Kirill. He has suffered during his time away from the monastery and begs the father superior to allow him to return.
His wish is granted but he is instructed to copy out the holy scriptures fifteen times in penance. A group of Tatars stops at the monastery while travelling through the region, much to the concern of Andrei and Kirill who experienced their brutality first hand.
The group taunt and play with her, but the soldier takes a liking to her, putting his horned helmet on her head and dressing her as a bride, finally deciding to take her away with him as his eighth, and only Russian, wife.
Andrei attempts to stop her from leaving, but she is determined and rides away with the Tatars. See our favorite Sundance moments.
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Come and See Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Andrey Rublev Ivan Lapikov Theophanes was an important Byzantine master, who moved to Russia and is considered to have trained Rublev.
Sergius between and He is also believed to have painted at least one of the miniatures in the Khitrovo Gospels. The only work authenticated as entirely his is the icon of the Trinity c.
It is based on an earlier icon known as the "Hospitality of Abraham" illustrating Genesis Rublev removed the figures of Abraham and Sarah from the scene, and through a subtle use of composition and symbolism changed the subject to focus on the Mystery of the Trinity.
The characters of his paintings are always peaceful and calm. After some time his art came to be perceived as the ideal of Eastern Church painting and of Orthodox iconography.
Rublev died at Andronikov Monastery on 29 January although 17 October is also cited. Baptism of Jesus , Cathedral of the Annunciation, Moscow.
Annunciation , Cathedral of the Annunciation, Moscow. Version of the Theotokos of Vladimir , ca.