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(45039) 7.8 94 min 2017

Loving Vincent is a movie starring Douglas Booth, Jerome Flynn, and Robert Gulaczyk. In a story depicted in oil painted animation, a young man comes to the last hometown of painter Vincent van Gogh to deliver the troubled artist's...

Starring
Jerome Flynn, Robert Gulaczyk, Douglas Booth, Helen McCrory
Genres
Mystery, Animation, Crime, Family, Biography, Drama
Director
Hugh Welchman, Dorota Kobiela

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Mystery, Animation, Crime, Family, Biography, Drama
Director Hugh Welchman, Dorota Kobiela
Writer Jacek Dehnel, Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman
Stars Jerome Flynn, Robert Gulaczyk, Douglas Booth, Helen McCrory
Country Poland, Netherlands, USA, UK, Switzerland
Also Known As 梵谷:星夜之謎, 至爱梵高, A Paixão de Van Gogh, Com Amor, Van Gogh, S ljubavlju, Vinsent: Misterija van Goga, Cu drag, Van Gogh, S láskou Vincent, Vincent Thương Mến, Le'ehov et Vincent, Cartas de Van Gogh, La passion Van Gogh, ゴッホ 最期の手紙, Twój Vincent
Runtime 1H 34M
Description One year after Vincent van Gogh's suicide, postman Joseph Roulin asks his son Armand to deliver Van Gogh's last letter to his brother, Theo. Roulin finds the death suspicious, as merely weeks earlier Van Gogh claimed through letters that his mood was calm and normal. Armand reluctantly agrees and heads for Paris. Père Tanguy, a Montmartre art supplier, tells Armand that Theo actually died six months after Vincent. He suggests that Armand travel to Auvers-Sir-Oise and look for Dr. Paul Gachet, who housed Van Gogh after his release from an asylum, shared his love for art, and attended the funeral. Once there, Armand learns that the doctor is out on business. So he stays at the same inn that Van Gogh did during his time in the area. There he meets the temporary proprietress Adeline Ravoux, who was fond of Van Gogh and who was also surprised by his death. At her suggestion, Armand visits the local boatman, who informs him that Van Gogh kept close company with Dr. Gachet's sheltered daughter, Marguerite. When Armand visits her, Marguerite denies and is angered when Armand implies that Van Gogh's suicidal mood could have resulted from an argument with her father..

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Friday, 27 Mar 2020 09:15

At the time of writing this review, "Loving Vincent" has a rating of 9.5 on IMDb, which is probably a bit too high. For all the good things I have heard about this film, I have to admit that I had somewhat of a problem with it for some reason. I think I just did not get the overall story and some of the moments. But I'm glad I did not give this film an overall "1". I do not want to say more about the story because there are some things that I was not able to relate to. This is not to say that I hated this film, but I just felt that there were some things that I just didn't understand. I know that the movie was made by a child, and I think that this is just a very visual film and the story is made up of a lot of images. But I still felt that it was a very difficult movie to understand. I think that for some people this would be a bad thing because it would make the movie seem like it was made by a kid, but for me, this was just a movie that I would not mind watching again and again. The reason for this is that I felt like I had missed something in this movie. I didn't understand why this film was so great, I just didn't get the whole story. There are some really great scenes in this film that I really liked, but for some reason I just did not get the overall story. But I think that this is one of the most beautiful films I have ever seen. It is beautiful, and it is powerful. I would recommend this movie to anyone, because I think that it is one of the best films ever made.


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