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(234) 7.0 84 min 2017

Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait is a movie starring Mathieu Amalric, Laurie Anderson, and Hector Babenco. A look at the personal life and public career of New York artist Julian Schnabel.

Starring
Jean Michel Basquiat, Mathieu Amalric, Hector Babenco, Laurie Anderson
Genres
Documentary
Director
Pappi Corsicato

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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 Documentary
Director Pappi Corsicato
Writer Pappi Corsicato
Stars Jean Michel Basquiat, Mathieu Amalric, Hector Babenco, Laurie Anderson
Country USA, Italy
Also Known As Julian Schnabel: Retrato do Artista, Julian Schnabel - Portret prywatny, L'arte viva di Julian Schnabel
Runtime 1H 24M
Description A look at the personal life and public career of New York artist Julian Schnabel.

Top reviews

Thursday, 14 May 2020 21:46

I have seen many documentaries about Julian Schnabel and have admired his performance. I'm a very critical viewer of documentaries and this one is a true exception. This is an epic and it's so well made that I was literally giddy with excitement as the documentary progressed. I've read some reviews about the "real-life" aspect of the film. I found it to be a bit fake. I think Julian Schnabel is a wonderful actor, but I felt that he was used as a narrator. I don't know about the real life, but I think that's what a director is supposed to do. I also don't think he really knew any of the characters. The only time he really had to show his acting chops was when he played the boy with the moustache. The second character was a little harder to explain. I really liked the scene where he was walking around in his birthday suit. He's very good at playing a character that people will see as a child. I don't think that's what he was going for, but I can see how the scene would make him look very grown up. But, I'm a film critic, not an actor. I liked the way the film ended. It made me realize that we don't have to be adults to make a good documentary. And, I think Julian Schnabel did a great job in this documentary. He really brought out the emotion of the characters, but not in a way that I would have seen him do it in real life. He really was the only actor who made me cry. I think it was a brilliant job. He was so good at playing characters with that "adult" quality that he was supposed to have, but he didn't seem like an adult to me. I think it's a great documentary, but I wish the director had made it a little more interesting.
Thursday, 07 May 2020 20:55

When I saw the trailer for Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait, I was thinking I have seen a ton of films about Nazi Germany and I will be wasting my time watching something about them that I have already seen. I'm sorry to say this, but I did not see a single film about Nazi Germany before I saw this movie. The reason being, I didn't have the inclination to watch something about them until now. It is a great film that tells the story of a man who changed the way I think about the war in the world today. It tells the story of one man who had an intense experience in the last months of WWII, and has taken that experience to make a great film. Schnabel was a scientist, and his project was about the origin of life, and it was one of the first theories about the origins of life. The man who works with him, Werner Heisenberg, who was famous for his theory about the atom, is his father. Heisenberg was a genius, and was the one who found out the idea that the atom had two different elements, one of which was more powerful, and the other was slower. In order to explain this theory, Heisenberg had to find a way to harness the power of the slower element, which he did. His idea was so important that it made him famous, and Heisenberg was the person who was responsible for all of Nazi Germany's brilliant inventions. In the film, Schnabel's journey is very interesting. He meets a lot of people that he will have a very important impact on, including his childhood friend, a psychologist, a historian, a journalist, a scientist and many others. His journey is very interesting, as it shows us how important Heisenberg was, and how his contributions were very important in the history of science. This film is very important for people who have never really learned about the atrocities of the Nazi regime, or the Holocaust. I hope that this film is shown in schools to all the children in the world, because it is very important to show these kind of things.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 04:05

As an enthusiast of film and documentaries, I'm not always able to understand how important it is to talk about and explain the intentions of the filmmaker, and so I feel it is important to make sure this film is not missed. Julian Schnabel is the man behind this film, and he has set out to show us the everyday aspects of the life of a middle-aged person who is sick of the status quo. In this film, he interviews people from a range of walks of life. He interviews people like a surgeon, a police officer, an architect, a mother, a teacher, a musician, and a retired teacher. Each person he interviews has different goals and different reasons for being so concerned with the way the world is. He also talks to people who have never spoken about their life before, and they all talk about the same thing: the way the world is. It's an interesting idea to watch and to learn from. It's also worth noting that, while most of the people he interviews don't have much to say, their stories are very telling. Schnabel shows that there are so many different ways to express a human emotion and to express it in a way that is beautiful. He also talks about the importance of both being a good listener and a good communicator. A few of the people he interviews give you an idea of what they are talking about: a teacher, a musician, a musician's wife, a person with multiple sclerosis. You will also learn that the more people you speak with, the more people you know. It's an interesting, interesting film that should be viewed.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 09:33

Since I saw the first public screening of Julian Schnabel's movie 'A Private Portrait' in London I've been watching the film a lot more closely. After the screening I decided to go out and watch the movie again, but this time I was determined to watch it in order to get a better grasp of Schnabel's work. And in the end I really enjoyed the movie and I'd like to share it with you. It's a great movie about people from different backgrounds and different cultures. It focuses on three different stories of immigrant life in Germany. First of all there's the story of the immigrant from Poland (Lubomir Sobotka) who comes to Germany with his parents and they live in a rundown house in an abandoned farm. When they arrive in Germany they find that the place is really bad. Sobotka's father is sick and his mother is very old and can't look after him. Sobotka and his sister then move to a shabby apartment with a sister that the son has never met. They are lonely and cannot speak German. And then there's the story of the migrant from Bosnia who is an illegal immigrant. He lives in an abandoned factory with other immigrants. They are living in fear because of the ongoing war in Bosnia. When he is released from prison and goes to his old town he meets his sister who is also an illegal immigrant. The movie shows us what is happening in Germany and in the world. The stories are very different and the focus of the movie is on each one separately. The first story is about the Bosnian immigrant (Sebastian Kurz) who meets his sister and falls in love. He learns how to speak German and he is finally able to communicate with his sister. He shows us how immigrants are treated and he is a very interesting character. The second story is about the Bosnian immigrant (Sebastian Kurz) who is also a lawyer. He shows us that he is a very intelligent person and he is able to communicate with his sister. The third story is about the illegal immigrant (Alicja Gojkovic) who is a doctor and works in a hospital. She shows us that she is a very intelligent person who has a strong sense of humor and is able to communicate with her sister. The movie is really about the different immigrant stories and how they are connected. It is a great movie and I really recommend it to people who want to see a great documentary movie about the world in which immigrants live. I also recommend the film to those who have the chance to see it in the theaters and get a good feeling of what it's like to be in Germany. But if you want to watch a good film that focuses on different stories from different people and different cultures then I recommend you to go out and watch Julian Schnabel's movie 'A Private Portrait'. It's really a good film.


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