Loving Vincent. Kinostart: zum Trailer. Animationsfilm, in dem die Gemälde von Vincent van Gogh spektakulär zum Leben erweckt werden, um ein. „Loving Vincent“ ist der erste Film, der vollständig aus Ölgemälden erschaffen wurde und van Goghs berühmte Bilderwelten auf der Kinoleinwand lebendig. Im Kinojahr haben wir viele Filme über Künstler und speziell über Maler gesehen. Aber keinen wie Loving Vincent. Die Handlung des Films.
Community-HitIm animierten Kriminaldrama Loving Vincent erwachen die Bilder von Vincent van Gogh zum Leben, um den Tod ihres Schöpfers zu untersuchen und dabei. Loving Vincent. Kinostart: zum Trailer. Animationsfilm, in dem die Gemälde von Vincent van Gogh spektakulär zum Leben erweckt werden, um ein. „Loving Vincent“ ist der erste Film, der vollständig aus Ölgemälden erschaffen wurde und van Goghs berühmte Bilderwelten auf der Kinoleinwand lebendig.
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DID YOU KNOW? Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. In a story depicted in oil painted animation, a young man comes to the last hometown of painter Vincent van Gogh Robert Gulaczyk to deliver the troubled artist's final letter and ends up investigating his final days there.
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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Feb 02, It will be definitely remembered for how it looks: absolutely gorgeous and unique like a Van Gogh painting in motion, that is for sure; yet the film's unimpressive Citizen-Kane-esque plot doesn't offer as much to match its incredible technical achievement, which is a pity.
Carlos M Super Reviewer. Jan 17, Film critics tend to talk down on a film when it seems like the core idea of the film is a gimmick.
Three-dimensional movies were the talk of the town about years ago and have now become an annoyance to many.
Loving Vincent is the newest film to try something new in terms of how it tells its story. Being completely painted by hand, this movie moves along as if it had been animated about 60 years ago.
A more recent comparison would be to say it looks like A Scanner Darkly, but I truly feel this film's much more unique than even that.
This is a wonderfully engaging premise and even without that aspect, here's why I believe everyone needs to see this film, even just based on the portraits alone.
Loving Vincent tells the story of Armand, a young man who has been tasked with the devastating venture of delivering Vincent Van Gogh's final letter.
Upon arrival of the town that Van Gogh ultimately met his untimely end, Armand finds himself incredibly interested in the mystery surrounding this death.
Becoming more of an investigation film than a simple journey, Loving Vincent takes you on a ride that's full of insight and powerful moments between characters.
It's one thing to commend this film for having truly breathtaking visuals, but that's also the understatement of the year.
This movie blows away any animated film from last year in terms of being uniquely made. From the nods to Van Gogh's classic works, to the motion and dissolves between scenes, everything about this film felt seamless.
That being said, there's a large obstacle that many viewers will have to get over as soon as the film begins as well, being the fact that it's entirely painted by hand.
This wonderful aspect of the movie will definitely be off-putting to some, due to the fact that it's the first film of its kind and may be bizarre to look at.
For myself, I found it absolutely fascinating, plain and simple. As someone who prefers other forms of art than paintings, I do admire a great piece of art, regardless of the medium.
This movie explores a life that pretty much everyone has heard of at some point in time, and I must admit, I didn't know this story was as complex of a mystery as this movie suggests it is.
From motivational speeches about life and the universe to questions brought up in a philosophical way, I was incredibly immersed in each and every one of the scenes throughout this film.
There's hardly any downtime because every line of dialogue progresses this story forward at a rapid rate. In the end, Loving Vincent may not be for everyone, especially due to its unique look, but the story itself is something I believe everyone needs to see.
There is a scene that closes out the movie that I still have playing over and over in my head. As I mentioned many times, this movie is filled with memorable lines of dialogue that truly makes you think about life itself and the universe surrounding us.
This may seem biased and this particular reaction will surely not hit everyone the way it hit me, but I found this to be a remarkable picture.
I fear this movie will go fairly unnoticed, which is a shame because literally, every aspect of this film is wondrous to behold.
This is one of my favorite films of KJ P Super Reviewer. Dec 04, A visual tour de force, this is a projection of Van Gogh's art by the or more artists who painted every scene.
It is rich with animations of the real-life actors, who are painted convincingly in the Van Gogh style, using scenes based on his actual and famous paintings, which spring astonishingly to life as the action arises.
Alternating with the Van Gogh pictures are biographical flashbacks, which are painted or drawn in black and white photo-realism, again of a very high artistic quality.
The story involves an inquiry into the circumstances of Van Gogh's death. In this, it is less satisfying dramatically, with loose ends, not grasping the nettle, and stopping short of an accusation of mortal envy.
The Gachet interview scene seems too easy and forgiving. The alternative explanation of the fatal gunshot, a mischief by an errant youth, also lacks reality because the inquisitor never questions the then boy.
The film apologises for the failure of those around Van Gogh to save him. This show is in no way humorous, yet it is recalls The Life of Brian, where Brian's followers parade by, complimenting him for sacrificing himself, instead of rescuing him.
Here, the film dwells on Van Gogh's forgiveness of the unforgivable - "don't blame anyone" he is reported to have said, as he lay dying needlessly of an untreated gunshot wound, while several characters come by to see him.
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He has in his possession a letter from Vincent to his beloved brother, Theo, which was returned as undeliverable.
On hearing the news about Vincent he sends his hot-blooded son, Armand Roulin Douglas Booth , on a mission to deliver the letter by hand to Theo and find out what really happened to Vincent.
After having witnessed Vincent on the night he cut off his ear Armand can all too easily imagine the unstable Vincent taking his own life. But his father insists, so he heads to Paris.
In Paris there is no sign of Theo. He is directed to Pere Tanguy John Sessions , the paint seller. Pere cannot fathom why Vincent would commit suicide when he seemed to be on the brink of stardom.
We shot the film with actors, and literally painted over it frame by frame. This is a very laborious and time-consuming process. Someone who has not, and never will have, any position in society, in short the lowest of the low.Serien Tipp Flynn. Claudia Bluemhuber. Dezember in die deutschen und österreichischen Kinos. Similarly the figures do not really stand out from the background.