Animation • PG-13 • 2017 • 1 hr 35 min
Stark animation captures big themes: suffering, vision, obsession, Theo. Vincent paintings cost $50 million now. R.I.P. to a troubled soul.
The animation never ceases to amaze me!
While the animation is groundbreaking and can not be understated, much of the other elements were left on the back burner so it suffers some
The art style takes a bit to get used to, but then you get a fantastic mix between a tragedy and a noir.
It’s an amazing story and the visuals are impeccable must’ve take a lot of hard work and talent
The most beautiful thing I have seen to date. Words can't adequately describe it, so go watch it!!
Beautiful idea, amazing scenery. Love it
Quite possibly the most technically amazing movie I've ever seen. Watch it for the art alone, the story is quite good but the art is amazing
Nothing less than a masterpiece. It’s a love letter to one of the greatest artists who ever lived.
Way too underrated. This film is a legitimate work of art.
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