Loving Vincent (2017) 720p WEB-DL 750MB English Download

Loving Vincent (2017) 720p WEB-DL 750MB English Download
Loving Vincent (2017) 720p WEB-DL 750MB English Download
Movie Title: Loving Vincent (2017)
Directors: Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman
Stars: Douglas Booth, Jerome Flynn, Robert Gulaczyk
Release Date: 13 October 2017 (UK)
Genres: Animation, Biography, Crime
Format: MatRoska (Mkv)  ||   File Size: 750MB
Resolution: 1280×514  ||   Runtime: 01:34:31
Language: English
Subtitles: English [Softcoded] – Muxed
Source: 720p.WEB-DL.H264.AC3-EVO

Loving Vincent (2017) 720p WEB-DL 750MB English Download

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In a story depicted in oil painted animation, a young man comes to the last hometown of painter Vincent van Gogh to deliver the troubled artist’s final letter and ends up investigating his final days there. 

Loving Vincent is a 2017 biographical animated drama film about the life of painter Vincent van Gogh, and in particular, the circumstances of his death. It is the first fully painted animated feature film. It is written and directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman. The development was funded by the Polish Film Institute, and partially through a Kickstarter campaign.

Each of the film’s 65,000 frames is an oil painting on canvas, using the same technique as Van Gogh, created by a team of 115 painters.[11] The film premiered at the 2017 Annecy International Animated Film Festival

One year after the death of Vincent van Gogh, Postman Roulin requests that his son Armand personally deliver Van Gogh’s last letter to his brother, Theo, after previous attempts to mail the item failed. Despite not having been fond of Van Gogh and recalling the incident when the deceased mutilated his ear and gifted it to a local prostitute, Armand begrudgingly accepts due to his father’s affection for the painter. Postman Roulin acknowledges.

Van Gogh’s mental illness and blames the other townspeople for ostracising and driving him out. He also expresses bemusement about the cause of Van Gogh’s death, as he had received a letter from him six weeks prior to the suicide that showed him in a calm and normal mood.