As if George’s life wasn’t busy enough, his favorite Russian film making antagonist is back from beyond the grave. Kevin and George sit down, crack a bottle of non-flavored seltzer (thanks, Vic) and talk about Andrei Tarkovsky’s iconic masterpiece STALKER. Meditative. Beautiful. Mesmerizing. But, science fiction? Well, it doesn’t really matter. Take the trip with us as we unwind what this moving piece of art did for our minds and for our souls. BIBLIOGRAPHY: STALKER, 1979, dir. by Andrei Tarkovsky SPOILER POLICY: We take a “fly on the wall” approach to our listeners. As such, some of what we discuss falls into the realm of SPOILERS. Consider yourself warned. If you enjoyed BUSY DADS DO SCI-FI, please take the time to rate and review us on iTunes, Stitcher, Tune In, Google Play or wherever you may find your podcasts. You can follow us on Twitter or Instagram at bddscifi. Thanks for listening and keep coming back. See you in two weeks.