VINCENT: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF VINCENT VAN GOGH

VINCENT: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF VINCENT VAN GOGH

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This vivid portrait tells the story of the tortured genius who became one of the most influential artists in history, despite selling only one painting in his lifetime. Told through his own letters to his brother Theo, read by John Hurt, illustrated by dozens of the artist's sketches, drawings and impressionistic paintings, and accompanied by real-life landscapes as van Gogh might have seen them. A passionate tribute from acclaimed writer/director Paul Cox.
PG
105 minutes
1987
Documentary
Australia
English
None
Hanway

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