The Art of the Steal

The Art of the Steal

A gripping tale of intrigue and mystery in the art world, this film traces the history of the Barnes collection of Post-Impressionist paintings, which was worth billions and became the subject of a power struggle after the 1951 death of the owner. Dr. Albert Barnes collected 181 Renoirs, 69 C├ęzannes, 59 Matisses, 46 Picassos and many other valuable paintings. But the political wrangling over the collection eventually led to its division.

Documentary that follows the struggle for control of Dr. Albert C. Barnes' 25 billion dollar collection of modern and post-impressionist art. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Art of the Steal torrent reviews

Orlok W (nl) wrote: Softness, quiescence, mellow and a bit tense, this movie builds towards a breaking point--A film about dealing with loss, childhood and motherhood...!!

Lanky Man P (nl) wrote: The only thing I liked about this was its originality. I thought the acting was terrible. The Banshee was sort of creepy.

Clifford C (gb) wrote: Self-indulgent, narcissistic steaming pile of dung. RZA fancies himself an actor and director. He is neither. This is a case of someone with more money than talent believing that this money qualifies him to direct and start in a movie.

Tim B (br) wrote: Very long, sometimes twisty in plot

Venkatesh V (ru) wrote: Was bored and watched this movie... not that bad...

Eric B (fr) wrote: A compelling story, and interesting movie which presents the problems of Brazil's lower class in a tragic light. It was a bit slow and unsatisfying at times, with insufficient attention paid to some of the characters (such as Alessandro). This isn't really a documentary, as it has actors and a script, but it is a drama based on real-life events. Worth a watch!

Brooke M (ru) wrote: only cause alyssa milano is in it

Lynda M (ca) wrote: One of Badhams best films, that didn't do well at the box office and tus, its forgotten and ignored. Low budget film, with an off form Cassavetes but a superb performance by Dreyfuss, much more challenging than whan previous roles that he was rewarded for, well thats Hollywood. Catch it if you can.

Will L (mx) wrote: What an amazing classic horror film!

Maxwell S (fr) wrote: It's so simple, but so powerful. This film has an odd effect that no film has had before. Max Ophuls camerawork has to be some of the most precise and masterful ever. Emotions carry deeply throughout, and it isn't boring for one second. Perhaps the most perfectly done film I've yet to see, and I've seen many. It portrays each scene perfectly within it's boundaries, and it's sheer brilliance wins us over, constantly. One of the top 5 greatest films ever made, and not just in my personal perspective.

Paul D (gb) wrote: While I still enjoyed this movie, I couldn't help but notice the pacing was a bit messy. The most improved actor in this movie is by far Tom Felton. He really upped the game for the character of Draco Malfoy. Everyone else is pretty much up to par as well. The movie as a whole just seemed to be missing something and the ending didn't quite pack the emotional punch that I was hoping for. Still a solid entry in the series though.