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Aaaaaah. Not sure about this one.
Definitely Au Hasard Balthazar...
Au Hasard Balthazar has a more emotional impact on me, I figure. Andrei Rublev was surprisingly involving for a film of its length, and I liked it more than I thought I would. Balthazar is just more stylistically appealing and moving. And it's also kind of weird in a way I haven't totally grasped. Not like other films I've seen.
My mind still can't fully comprehend Bresson's films, yet I still like them. But I"m in love with Tarkovsky's films and I consider Andrei Rublev to be his best work. I'm always so lost in its beauty and it never feels as long as it is.
tarkovsky's masterpiece beats bresson's for me