Called "the most profound exploration of an artist's soul ever to be put on film" (Village Voice), Vincent: The Life and Death of Vincent Van Gogh is a richly textured study of one of the greatest artists of all time.
One of the Top 10 documentaries the year it was released, this brilliant portrait of Vincent Van Gogh is a shattering journey through the life of a tortured genius who, spurned in his own time, became the single most influential artist of modern history.
The story is told through letters written to his brother Theo from 1872 until 1890, eloquently read by actor John Hurt. Van Gogh's inner struggles and development as an artist are punctuated by striking visuals of his sketches, drawings, and paintings.
This is a passionate tribute to the life, mind, and art of a man of extraordinary genius and humanity.
Written and directed by Paul Cox.
DVD. 95 minutes.
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