It's the late nineteenth century. Adult Dutch brothers Vincent Van Gogh and Theo Van Gogh, living in Paris, lead differing lives despite having art as a connection. Vincent, who sticks to his principles which includes believing in God but not religion, wants to be a full time painter, living in squalor for his art. Theo, who works in an art gallery, lives for the moment, he selling art which he doesn't much like to lead a comfortable life. One other area of commonality between the brothers is easily succumbing to pleasures of the flesh. Theo does not sell Vincent's art, as he knows it is not in demand. Vincent's view of his brother does not change when he learns it is Theo, and not their father which he had previously thought, who is supporting him. Each brother is a tortured soul - in Vincent's case, it considered in some circles as madness - which affects how each deals with his respective life. Beyond the several sexual relationships each has, some key moments and more extended ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Andy W (nl) wrote: I might be liberal, but this was too focused on making a specific statement based on a specific worldview. They needed to cite sources for some of the claims they were making. And a wider perspective for the message they wanted to send certainly wouldn't have hurt.
Paul K (it) wrote: More Miranda July. Film4 recently showed both movies back to back. This one is more challenging than 'Me and You ...' It gets inside the heads of two alienated and just plain weird LA residents. There's more than a little surrealism, and a plot that forks off into several time lines. It's disturbing and thought-provoking, and funny too.
Solomon G (us) wrote: The critics hated this one, but I thought it was really fun. Sure, it's a bit weird, but it plays out kind of like a comic book movie. It has a weird graphic novel look to it, but it is a fun ride. I suggest you make popcorn beforehand. What makes this movie worth watching are the well choreographed fight sequences. Stylized violence unfolds in front of you in an entertaining fashion. It's worth a viewing
Salim I (nl) wrote: 0 stars. Horrible movie!
Roy C (ag) wrote: I don't like the changes to the male alien design.
Jennifer S (nl) wrote: Short film, hard to stomach.
Joseph S (gb) wrote: Butts. Weird face touching. Double Cage.
Mirel T (mx) wrote: Elias Koteas returns 20% as Casey Jones and 80% as Edwin Epps