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Sci Fi ANDROMEDA NEBULA —Anamorphic Widescreen

(1967, Anamorphic Widescreen) Vija Artmane, Sergey Stolyarov, Nikolai Kryukov, Tatyana Voloshina, Lado Tskhvariashvili.  We’re offering this Russian classic with subtitles that finally make sense.  A spaceship is pulled into orbit around a dark “iron star,” whose gravitational pull is so great that the ship won’t have enough fuel to break free from its grip.  Instead, they land on a nearby planet where they find and ancient alien spacecraft.  They also find the wreck of an Earth ship that disappeared years before.  To their horror, the planet is also home to nearly invisible, jelly-fish-like creatures who devour human flesh!  Meanwhile, back on Earth, cosmic researchers attempt to communicate with planets from other galaxies.  This union of distant planets is known as “The Great Circle.”  One of the interesting aspects of the film is how man in the future will have to contend with the great distances of space.  There’s a cool scene where the space center receives a message from a distant world depicting the images of female alien dancers, all of whom are long dead.  There’s even a romantic subplot thrown in, which was rare in soviet sci-fi  Nice color, 35mm.

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