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Nippon Cinema Corporation
Pierre La Mure
Joan Bridge Paul Dehn
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Outside Japan :Released:1952/12/23
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2015/12/03 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
by 墨汁一滴 (Skip) Provider: 21846 Host:21754 Browser: 1975(Mobile)
It is a so-called biography movie that depicts the life of Impressionist painter Lautrec who is a regular of the famous cafe "red windmill" in Montmartre, set in Paris, France in 1890, and created numerous immortal masterpieces It was a work.
I feel that Lautrec itself is not familiar to me personally and I think that it was not on the textbook of art at the time of elementary school or junior high school in a big way.
I was born in a prestigious house and lived a wealthy lifestyle but was abandoned from a woman who was thought to be a lover because of his low profile too and it jumped out of the house and caught my first activity as a painter for the first time Although my lover can do it, though I was made to use it only for making that lover, I was able to escape, but I thought that there was no fighting to follow.
Even so, I felt that my parents were cowardly married with their cousins, so to speak, I thought that this was the case, but in 37 years I was drowned by sake and woman Even though my life was too miserable or there was something horrible at the end. Although it may be slightly different, I think that there was something overlapping with Van Gogh who lived the same life of 37 years.
Evaluation is "good" I will.