Watched Soderberg's (spelling) Solaris last night. I enjoyed the plot and concept of the story, but I had some problems with a few other points. For instance, the rough cutting towards the end of the film made it more difficult to follow than I would have liked. The pacing was a bit off, especially when Kelvin began to turn adamantly neurotic about his "wife's" return. It seemed somewhat unrealistic to me, but then again, maybe that's precisely the idea. Although the follow through his metamorphosis from being a mild mannered, withdrawn, objective individual to a blubbering, emotional one seems a bit weak to me, imho. Anyway, the stronger conceptual points I am interested in pursuing and was wondering if Tarkovsky's version hits upon these at a deeper and cleaner level than I believe Soderberg achieved. Would this be a good blinder for the price? Thanks ..