Loving Vincent (review)

Loving Vincent (review)
Loving Vincent (review)
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The concept of this film is inspired: re-create people and places from Vincent van Gogh’s life in the animated style of his paintings. For this film, real people were shot in the studio, then rotoscoped by artists who emulated the painter’s fluid brush strokes. There is a premise (a friend investigates the truth behind van Gogh’s death), but most of the “action” is 2 people talking. There are also flashbacks in a less elaborate, black and white style. All that being said, the animation is dazzling and beautiful. Even when the dialogue becomes tiresome, it’s still wondrous to watch the people and the backgrounds swirl and flow in constant magical motion.


3.5 out of 5 stars (3.5 / 5)


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