Loving Vincent

English
AnimationBiographyCrime
27 Oct, 2017
1 hrs 37 mins
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The story of Loving Vincent is depicted in an oil painted animation. It is based on a young man who visits the last hometown of the renowned painter, Vincent van Gogh to deliver the troubled artist's final letter and ends up investigating his final days.
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A labour of love that has taken nearly seven years to finish, Loving Vincent raises the bar, and then some, for animation filmmakers. ...Read full review
Here is an oddity: intriguing and yet weirdly exasperating, like a sentimental tribute, or a one-joke epic, or a monomaniacal act of stylistic pedantry. ...Read full review
The fact that every frame of Loving Vincent was oil-painted, in a process that took six years, would be remarkable enough in itself. But painted to look exactly like the work of Vincent van Gogh? ...Read full review
This is the story of Vincent Van Gogh`s final days as seen through the eyes of a young man who seeks to deliver the troubled artist`s final letter. Each frame is depicted in the style of painted animation that took over six years for artists to hand-paint. ...Read full review
Written and directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, the plot plays like a pseudo mystery of sorts. A young French man named Armand (Douglass Booth) receives a letter from the brother of Vincent Van Gogh, who has recently died under cryptic circumstances. ...Read full review
A lot of things about Loving Vincent jumps out at you in very literal terms. Every frame, quite literally, is a painting. About 65000 frames. Each one of them an oil painting on canvas. It is a labour of love, and again, in both literal and figurative ways. ...Read full review

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