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A psychologist still reeling from the death of his wife receives a cryptic message from a friend telling him to join him on the space station Solaris which is studying a spatial phenomena. Because of the phenomena, people from the Solaris' crew's memories begin appearing and interacting with them, including the psychologist's dead wife. The people appearing do not know they were created by the phenomena and think they are the "real" people interacting with the people they know on Solaris.
There are some places man is not ready to go
Release Date: November 19, 2002
Runtime: 99 mins
All Genres: Drama, Mystery, Romance, Sci-Fi
Sound: DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
IMDB Rating: 6.2
Buried.com Rating: 7.2 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With S
MPAA Rating: PG-13
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated PG-13 on appeal for sexuality/nudity, brief language and thematic elements.
George Clooney ...Chris Kelvin
Natascha McElhone ...Rheya
Viola Davis ...Gordon
Jeremy Davies ...Snow
Ulrich Tukur ...Gibarian
John Cho ...DBA Emissary #1
Morgan Rusler ...DBA Emissary #2
Shane Skelton ...Gibarian's Son
Donna Kimball ...Mrs. Gibarian
Michael Ensign ...Friend #1
Elpidia Carrillo ...Friend #2
Kent Faulcon ...Patient #1 (as Kent D. Faulcon)
Lauren Cohn ...Patient #2 (as Lauren M. Cohn)
Tony Clemons ...Dinner Guest
Annie Morgan ...Nurse
Jude S. Walko ...City Dweller
Charles V. Bender
Solaris Horror Film Trailer 1
Solaris Horror Film Trailer 2
Solaris Horror Film Trailer 3
"Canon on the Fifth"
More Movie Taglines:
- There are some places man is not ready to go
- How far will you go for a second chance?
- Chris Kelvin: Where have you been? Rheya Kelvin: Away from those fucking people. Chris Kelvin: They're my friends. Rheya Kelvin: Yeah.
Rheya Kelvin: I can't remember how I got here. Did I come here with you? Chris Kelvin: I don't know how you got here. Rheya Kelvin: What do you mean? Chris Kelvin: I woke up and you were here.
Rheya Kelvin: Were you alone? Chris Kelvin: Yes. Rheya Kelvin: Was that difficult? Chris Kelvin: It was easier than being with someone else.
Chris Kelvin: And death shall have no dominion. Dead men naked they shall be one with the man in the wind and the west moon. When their bones are picked clean and the clean bones gone they shall have stars at elbow and foot. Though they go mad they shall be sane. Though they sink through the sea they shall rise again. Though lovers be lost love shall not. And death shall have no dominion.
Rheya Kelvin: You found me. Chris Kelvin: I came back for you. I came back that day. I'm sorry
- Ulrich Tukur's audition tape showed his dog listening intently to him speak his lines.
James Cameron considered directing but opted to produce instead. Daniel Day-Lewis was considered to star.
Was originally given an R rating by the MPAA primarily due to a pair of shots of George Clooney's nude rear end. Steven Soderbergh appealed the decision, citing that similar content (and worse) had appeared on network television. Soderbergh won the appeal and the movie was granted a PG-13 rating.
In the final train scene, a Chicago L platform sign (Merchandise Mart) is clearly visible, though out of focus. Footage of the sign must have been looped to make the station seem much longer than it actually is: on the side of the station that's open to backlight, there are only two such signs mounted on metal balustrades, about 25 feet apart, but in the movie the train appears to pass more than a dozen.
There is a sign on Athena's engines stating "Dals Ed Mitt i naturen" Dals Ed is a small town in western Sweden close to the Norwegian border. The artist put it there because "Athena must have passed Dalsland sometime".
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Rating: 7.2 out of 10.0 - 63 votes cast total