Stalker | 1979

Directed by: Andrei Tarkovsky

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Main Plot

In a dystopian future, a guide known as the Stalker leads two men, the Writer and the Professor, into a mysterious and forbidden area called the Zone. The Zone contains a room that is said to grant the deepest desires of anyone who enters it. As they navigate the treacherous landscape, the men confront their own fears, doubts, and desires. The journey becomes a philosophical exploration of faith, hope, and the nature of human existence, as they question the meaning of life and the consequences of their desires.


  • Alisa Freyndlikh portrays the Writer's Wife in the film Stalker. She plays a significant role in the plot as the wife of the Writer, who is one of the main characters in the story.
  • Aleksandr Kaydanovskiy played the character known as "the Writer" in the film Stalker. He is a troubled writer who seeks inspiration and guidance from the mysterious Zone.
  • Anatoliy Solonitsyn plays the character of Writer in the film. He is a troubled and cynical writer who accompanies the Stalker on a dangerous journey into the mysterious Zone.


In the film "Stalker" directed by Andrei Tarkovsky, the conclusion reveals the true intentions of the Stalker, Writer, and Professor as they venture into the mysterious Zone. After facing various obstacles and dangers, they finally reach the Room, a place where one's deepest desires are fulfilled. However, the Stalker decides not to enter, realizing the destructive potential of his own desires. The Writer also chooses not to enter, feeling disillusioned by the emptiness of his ambitions. Only the Professor enters the Room, hoping to gain power and knowledge. As they leave the Zone, the Stalker's daughter, Monkey, reveals her telekinetic abilities, hinting at the influence of the Zone on her. The film concludes with the Stalker and his wife contemplating the consequences of their choices, leaving the audience to reflect on the nature of desire, faith,

Andrei Tarkovsky Drama Sci-Fi Alisa Freyndlikh Aleksandr Kaydanovskiy Anatoliy Solonitsyn