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Vincent and TheoThe film follows the great artist Vincent van Gogh and his art dealer brother Theo during their time in Paris. While Vincent dedicates his life to art and work as a full-time painter, his brother just sells the art to make life easier. The difference in their ways of thinking gradually send them into a tragic family story.
Actors of "Vincent and Theo"
Characters of "Vincent and Theo"
Directors of "Vincent and Theo"Robert AltmanBirthdate: 20 February 1925, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Creators of "Vincent and Theo"Julian MitchellBirthdate: 1 May 1935, Epping, Essex, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "Vincent and Theo"Chicago ReaderOctober 10, 2007
This was Altman's most watchable theatrical feature in about a decade, and the actors always keep you guessing.VarietyOctober 10, 2007
This masterwork operates in the intimate, thoughtful vein of the great BBC bios of artistic figures.Chicago Sun-TimesJuly 14, 2006
[A] film that generates the feeling that we are in the presence of a man in the act of creation.Time OutJanuary 26, 2006
Nowhere does Altman sermonise about the artist's greatness; his achievement is allowed to speak for itself. If only more film-makers had such confidence and integrity.New York TimesAugust 30, 2004
The enjoyment in Vincent and Theo comes more from the director's attention to art history than from his ability to interpret it anew.Rolling StoneMay 12, 2001
An Altman masterpiece.The DissolveMarch 30, 2015
The Altmans bring Van Gogh's subjects back to life.Combustible CelluloidMarch 27, 2015
Underrated.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsSeptember 02, 2013
Shows us the artist's greatness by allowing it to be self-apparent without lecturing us.Empire MagazineOctober 10, 2007
In nearly two and a half hours you expect more.eFilmCritic.comApril 09, 2007
An absorbing, disturbing study.Filmcritic.comSeptember 27, 2005
a humanistic exposition akin to Surviving Picasso and Pollock
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