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(418) 6.5 86 min 2015

Jheronimus Bosch, Touched by the Devil is a movie starring Matthijs Ilsink, Peter Klein, and Jos Koldeweij. In 2016, the Noordbrabants Museum in the Dutch city of Den Bosch held a special exhibition devoted to the work of Hieronymus...

Starring
Peter Klein, Jos Koldeweij, Matthijs Ilsink, Ron Spronk
Genres
Documentary
Director
Pieter van Huystee

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Pieter van Huystee
Writer Pieter van Huystee
Stars Peter Klein, Jos Koldeweij, Matthijs Ilsink, Ron Spronk
Country Netherlands
Also Known As Hieronymus Bosch - Schöpfer der Teufel, Hieronymus Bosch - det godas och det ondas krafter, Hieronymus Bosch - hyvän ja pahan voima, Hieronymus Bosch, Touched by the Devil, Bosch och djävulens grepp, Jheronimus Bosch - Unto dal diavolo, Hieronim Bosch. Dotkniety przez diabla
Runtime 1H 26M
Description In 2016, the Noordbrabants Museum in the Dutch city of Den Bosch held a special exhibition devoted to the work of Hieronymus Bosch, who died 500 years ago. This late-medieval artist lived his entire life in the city, causing uproar with his fantastical and utterly unique paintings in which hell and the devil always played a prominent role. In preparation for the exhibition, a team of Dutch art historians crisscrosses the globe to unravel the secrets of his art. They use special infrared cameras to examine the sketches beneath the paint, in the hope of discovering more about the artist's intentions. They also attempt to establish which of the paintings can be attributed with certainty to Bosch himself, and which to his pupils or followers. The experts shuttle between Den Bosch, Madrid and Venice, cutting their way through the art world's tangle of red tape, in a battle against the obstacle of countless egos and conflicting interests. Not every museum is prepared to allow access to their precious art works.

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Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 09:57

I saw the opening night screening of the DVD of The Ninth Gate in Washington DC, and it's pretty impressive. From the opening credits to the opening shots of the Forbidden City, this is a complete film with an incredibly rich visual palette, full of shots that can take your breath away, from the well-lit streets of Paris to the most desolate corners of the Earth, and a gorgeous score from French composer John Williams. It's not just a case of retelling the events of the book; this is a film that transcends its source material. It is a film that is both a beautiful, magical, and incredible achievement. It is a film that will never be fully understood in the States because it's not a movie that's easy to understand. The first half of the film is the book, with the most recent section of the film being the film. The acting is stellar and the editing is incredible, with scenes moving so fast, you feel like you are watching a live action version of the novel, with great action scenes, fantastic editing, and beautiful photography. The pacing is so fast that it's almost painful at times, and the ending is shocking and horrifying. There are a couple of scenes that I found disturbing, and I'm not sure what the deal was with the horrible green screen effects, but they still didn't detract from the film too much. The only problem I had was with the length of the film. It could have been a great film, but the DVD's run time is a little on the long side. In the DVD booklet, the running time is listed as one hour and twenty minutes. I understand that the time is not consistent, but if this is the case, it could have been much longer. My rating: 8/10 Rated R for Violence and Profanity.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 11:22

I must confess that I had been waiting for this film for a while. The best "satan" film I have ever seen was the one I saw the other day. That film, Rise of the Footsoldier, is a very good film, but it is a bit of a miracle it is not number one. So, I was very eager to see this film and was very disappointed that it is not in the top ten best films of all time. This is a true story of a man called a "satanist", a Jew. The man is called Josiah Davenport and he was a famous artist. His body is a strong mixture of black and white. There is a lot of imagery and a lot of images in this film. I think it is a little bit over the top, but that is what makes it interesting. One of the images I saw in this film was that of a child in a blue dress and a white hat. That was very disturbing. The film itself is very interesting, especially the images in the middle of the film. The film is about a man named Josiah Davenport. This man was a very successful artist and a very famous artist. He is a Christian and he is very religious and he is a very good Christian man. There are some things that he has done that have some kind of an evil aspect to them. This man and his wife are having some kind of an affair. He gets some help from a man named Michael who works with children and a group of men who go by the name of The Fellowship. The Fellowship is actually a Satanic cult. The Fellowship are a group of Christian men who take these children to Christian schools and then later they take these children to places that are known as Sabbaths. These places are used by the Satanic cult. One of the things that I liked in this film is that there are many different ways that the children are taught that are evil. One of the things that I really liked about this film is that there is one instance in this film where a child is being taught to believe that God will give you the strength to overcome any obstacle. Another thing I liked about this film is that it makes you very concerned about the kind of person that this man is. There are some things that he does in this film that are just a little bit disturbing. The film does have some really good messages. I think that there is a great message in the message that the film is giving. I think that this film is a very good film that should be in the top ten best films of all time.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 05:26

Ridiculous, out-of-control, insane, dark, and in-depth documentary that does not shy away from the subject matter of cult leaders and cult behavior. It focuses on cult leader John McTernan (Michael Woods), and his conversion to Christianity, and his new life as a teacher in a New Age/Mennonite school. It begins with John explaining his philosophy of life, and his ideas of the life of a Christian. He tells his story, in detail, of the abuse he received, and how he turned his back on his abuse. The documentary then dives into the writings of cult leader John McTernan, and his view of life. It shows how he has received numerous awards and accolades, and how he would take these awards, and write them in his own words, in order to present the ideas that he has in his own words. The documentary then shows interviews with cult members, who are willing to speak to John, and share their experiences. The interviews are insightful, and incredibly interesting, yet are not without their fair share of problems. In the end, it is apparent that cult leaders are so out of control, that they seem to have no control over their followers. If they are out of control, then how can they be alluring and charming? If they are out of control, then how can they all be so strong and dominant? John McTernan could have turned out a great leader, but he is really just a terrible person, and his cult does not deserve any credit for this. However, cult leaders are not all bad. They have done some really great things, and are very influential. A great example is the charismatic and very powerful Margaret Mead. As the documentary concludes, John McTernan is known as a very charismatic person, but in reality, he is just a terrible person, and should be placed in prison for the rest of his life. He has done some truly evil things, and his followers have not been very kind to him. I would say that cult leaders are a lot like people who commit murder, or rape, or do other really bad things. They are a lot like the people who commit these crimes, and it is difficult to understand how these bad things could be considered the actions of a person who has been raised to be a good person, and has learned from the mistakes of others. Some of the things that cult leaders do are not completely evil, but in some cases, they are not completely right. This documentary, in my opinion, is very interesting and informative, but is not very well done. I do think that it could have been a little bit better. It seems to be a documentary that is a little bit more interesting, but is still very detailed and informative. There is also a lot of great quotes from John McTernan, and I think they would have been really good for a documentary. But, for me, it was just a little bit better than I expected. I also would say that there is some good music in the documentary, and I like some of the music in this documentary. The documentary is definitely worth watching, and I recommend it. But, it is not very good, and I would say that it would be better for the movie audience. But, it is still a good documentary.
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 03:04

Climatologist Dr. Yvonne Randolph, in her fifth documentary, "Cloistered in the Closet", tells the story of the lives of a number of closeted homosexuals, in an effort to get their stories out. The film is divided into two parts: the first is the story of a group of gay men living in New York. They are drawn to the area in large part due to its tradition of high-school boys, and their experiences are intensely real. It was fascinating to hear from those who were living in their time, and to hear the stories that others related. For some, their lives were a constant battle of self-hatred, depression, and rejection. Their feelings were often denied, and they would seek out each other only when they were ready to change. Dr. Randolph found many of them to be sincere and articulate in their stories. The second part of the film deals with Dr. Randolph's research into the lives of several men who were living in the closet in Paris. She worked with one man who was living in a deserted area, in the hills near the city, and said he had worked hard to keep his secret. He was willing to talk about his experience with many, and his story was very moving. The man was very funny, and had a great sense of humor. In this film, he was also very involved with his work in the lab, and the results of his work were very telling. The story of the Parisians who came out of the closet in the 1950's and 1960's was a very sad one. They had many difficulties with acceptance by the rest of society, and it was heartbreaking to watch their lives slowly unravel. The filmmaker was also very well informed about the story of Dr. Perry Miller, who was in the closet for over twenty years. His story was told with great insight and sensitivity, and he expressed his love for his life very openly. As one of his many many lovers, Dr. Perry Miller said his secret was his wife, and that they were happy. When Dr. Miller was able to leave the closet, he said he was very happy. When the documentary ends, the director is still working on his own documentary about a man in the closet in Boston. His story is still quite moving. I believe this film will be a success. It is very well made, and I hope that the director and producers see it as a success.
Saturday, 11 Apr 2020 16:07

I think the real insight into the making of this film comes when you get to see the cast of the film. The cast is a must see. Most of the actors come through in this film with one exception. The director, Justin Kurzel, is pretty much an unknown. The film is shot in black and white, which is a difficult thing to do because the film does have its own style, but it does seem like Kurzel is trying to emulate some other style. But, it doesn't work very well. The film doesn't really work as a documentary. It's not a documentary. It's more of a docu-drama. The best part of the film was the character introduction, which is one of the best parts of any film. The characters, although not all portrayed well, are the most important aspect of the film. The characters are played by a young woman, who is going through a mental break, and a man, who seems to have mental issues himself. Both these characters are extremely important in the film, because they do the most of the work. The problem is, the characters are so badly acted, that it almost doesn't matter that they are important. There is one scene in the film that, I found to be very moving, but it was more of a real moment than anything. The other characters, although well acted, are just very flat. Even the woman who plays the mother in the film, seems to be barely moving. It is not her fault. The main reason the film is so good is because of the actors. The cast is very impressive, because most of them are not known for their acting ability. There are two young actors, and one young woman who were very impressive. If I had to name any of the actors that I liked, I would say they were Ansel Elgort, and James Franco. I really loved the way they portrayed their characters. They are two very talented actors. The film was shot in a very artistic way, like no other film has ever been shot. I have never seen anything like it. The camera never lingers on a scene, and it just moves about the scenes. This style of shooting is something that other films could learn from. I also really enjoyed the way they shot the black and white scenes. They really captured the feeling of the film. There were a couple of very cool shots in the film. One of them was the scene where the movie is playing on a very small TV in a movie theater. The movie is so dark, you can barely see the screen. The other cool shot in the film is when the mother is on the phone. This movie was shot in such a way, that you can't tell if it was shot in black and white or color. I really liked that. I think this film was very entertaining. The cinematography and the editing were very interesting. This film is not a documentary, but it is very interesting. It shows you some really interesting things about the movie industry. If you liked, The Truman Show, or the Godfather, I would definitely recommend you see this film. It is one of the best films I have ever seen.
Saturday, 11 Apr 2020 12:22

I was drawn to this film for the reason that it has been the subject of some controversy. This is a documentary about the life and work of the late, great Italian horror director Dario Argento. It is a sort of "Carnival of the Dead" in which we see the man's life, the films he made, his life-long obsession with sex, and the films that have inspired him. The documentary covers the most important aspects of his life: his childhood, his career, his work, and his work with directors like Sergio Leone. He does a great job of covering all of the important aspects of his life, and I especially liked how he discusses the influence of films like The Exorcist and Psycho on his films. I also liked the way that he did not have a typical director's cut, which is a nice change for a documentary. There is a lot of great interviews with his family and friends, but it was interesting to see how he talked about the films he has made, and also how he discussed the films of his contemporaries. I especially liked how he discussed how he had a huge impact on the films of the genre he was most known for, but also how he was influenced by the cinema of the future, which he thinks is very important in a world where film is very popular. I also liked how he talked about the effect that the music had on his films, and how his films were influenced by the influence of classical music. Overall, this is a great documentary about the man who changed the world of cinema and is definitely worth seeing.


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