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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Loving Vincent'

21.12.2017
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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Loving Vincent'
"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 final letter and ends up investigating his final days there."


Movie type: Animation, Biography, Crime

Director: Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman

Script: Jacek Dehnel , Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman

Starring: Vincent Van Gogh - Robert Gulaczyk, Louise Chevalier - Helen McCrory, Dr. Gachet - Jerome Flynn, Marguerite Gachet - Saoirse Ronan

Length: 1h 34min

Rated: R

Reviews:

Ian Freer - Empire: “A triumph of painstaking technical prowess and stunning visuals over storytelling and dialogue. See it for its nuanced take on a huge cultural figure and to applaud its astounding audacity.”

A.O. Scott - The NYTimes: “A long and arduous labor of love by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, this film turns van Gogh’s work into an unusual kind of biopic.”

Stephanie Merry - Washington Post: “The tale begins one year after Van Gogh has died, purportedly from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.”

Peter Debruge - Variety: “Every one of the nearly 65,000 frames in this near-lunatic labor of love was rendered by hand with oil paints, following a style intended to mimic that of the master.”

Neil Soans - Times of India. “Although ‘Loving Vincent’ will remain a significant cinematic achievement for a while, its visually compelling artwork is hindered by slow pacing & conjecture.”

Source: imdb.com





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