Loving Vincent [Blu-ray]

The life and controversial death of Vincent Van Gogh told by his paintings and by the characters that inhabit them. The intrigue unfolds through interviews with the characters closest to Vincent and through dramatic reconstructions of the events leading up to his death.

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  1. Flatly Astonishing “Loving Vincent” takes an enormous step forward in motion picture entertainment, and does it by essentially taking a major technological step backward.Dramatically, the picture is sound enough: The year is 1891, one year after the death by suicide of artist Vincent Van Gogh. A postman and former acquaintance of the Dutch painter is in possession of his last letter to his devoted brother Theo—previous attempts to deliver the document have failed.So the postman charges…

  2. It is ALL MOVING! For years I have imagined “what would it be like if a painting of the masters was turned into a motion picture compete with all its style and vibrancy, it’s emotion and carrying on the story further”. Well, these people have done it.They have frame by frame painted this movie. An animation of a completely different magnitude.You are probably here because you already want a copy for your personal collection or a gift, so you have seen it. But, if not; the wonderment of a…

  3. I have to say that the colours floored me-they did a great job, and now I have to read more … I recently did my fourth trip into the Arles area of France this spring-one of my objectives was to go into the Vincent Van Gogh museum-probably went by the door several times, but always too busy. Had a beer next store to the “Yellow Building”. Van Gogh’s colours are fascinating, and I wasn’t sure what to expect with “Loving Vincent”. I have to say that the colours floored me-they did a great job, and now I have to read more about . Thank you to the director, producer, artists,…

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