Critic Consensus: A real-life whodunit with colorful characters, especially art detective Harold Smith, this documentary is a fascinating peek into the world of art collecting.
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Critic Reviews for Stolen
The film is a bit rough around the edges, but it found an unforgettable character in a dogged 75-year-old art robbery sleuth named Harold Smith.
Stolen is ultimately too lightweight and indecisive -- ironic, for a film ostensibly about people in thrall to an all-consuming passion.
In telling the story of an unsolved crime, they use every trick available to awaken and prolong suspense before a payoff that never comes.
Composer Peter Golub adds swooning suspense, while cinematographer Albert Maysles, who has documented many Christo projects, frames rendezvous with tipsters tempted by the $5 million reward.
Captures a great yearning among many different people across time, all affected by Gardner and her legacy, especially those parts now missing.
Audience Reviews for Stolen
This doc is not conclusive which is a little frustrating. It is interesting for some perfunctory art world drama and weirdos.
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