When Andrei Tarkovsky's film Stalker premiered 40 years ago, he triggered long-lasting repercussions, especially in relation to the dystopian mood as well as his aesthetic radicalism. During a two-day symposium, his reverberations right up to the present day will be examined. The focal points are how this work has been received by creators of film and art of different generations from East and West. Day 2 with Jonas Hansen, Via Lewandowsky, Claus Löser, Helke Misselwitz, Andrei Plakhov, Ulrich Polster and Felicitas Sonvilla. In German.