At Eternity's Gate
Drama • PG-13 • 2018 • 1 hr 51 min
This film is one of Dafoes best performances, definitely one of my favorites. The story is kind of all over the place but worth the watch
Great writing , Loved the cinematography although some of the shots made me nauseous.
Maybe not for people who prefer more solid stories, but this film is an interesting look into the insane mind of an artist
Not much action. No snappy dialog. On film, getting into the heart, mind, & vision of an artist is nearly impossible, but this one does.
A whirlwind of great performances and master editing set this biopic apart from other Van Gogh films.
The acting and cinematography was great! But there were some historically questionable parts. So that was weird.
The connection made between the viewer and Van Gogh is something special and should not be taken lightly. Cinema is art
Much beauty, sadness, and made me feel as if I needed to ask myself deep questions and be self-reflective.
A perfect cinematic representation of Van Gogh's art. A masterful performance from Willem Dafoe.
willem dafoe does such an amazing job, had such interesting shots, liked how during conversations it overlapped the voices and shots
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