Mirror (1975): Dreamscape Interpretations
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Adaptation in film is traditionally thought of as taking a written work and translating it into the moving elements of the cinema; however, a reciprocal phenomenon can also occur—adaptation of film into another artform. “Mirror (1975): Dreamscape Interpretations” and the accompanying poems “Mirror Me” and “Dreamscape,” demonstrate two examples of adapting a film into poetry using Andrei Tarkovsky’s Mirror (1975) and the inspiration of dream-like scenes in cinema.