Vincent and Me (Vincent et moi) (1990)





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A young woman's real talent gets her mixed up with crooks selling fake art treasures in this comedy for the whole family. Jo (Nina Petronzio) is a 13-year-old girl who loves to draw and has a very special talent -- she can sketch and paint in a style that bears a startling resemblance to the work of Vincent Van Gogh. Jo's talent has won her a grant to art school, but she also discovers it can earn her pocket money when a man in a coffee shop sees her sketching and offers to pay her to do some drawings for him. Jo agrees, but regrets her decision when she discovers she's unwittingly become part of an art counterfeiting ring -- her drawings are being as sold as Van Gogh originals, with customers lining up to pay the multimillion-dollar price tags! Vincent and Me also features Christopher Forrest, Paul Klerk, and Tcheky Karyo as the ghost of Vincent Van Gogh. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Comedy , Drama , Kids & Family , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Tcheky Karyo
as Vincent Van Gogh
Christopher Forrest
as Felix Murphy
Paul Klerk
as Joris
Matthew Mabe
as Tom Mainfield
Andree Pelletier
as Mrs. Wallis
Michael Maillot
as Mr. Caruthers
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Vincent and Me was the film made me discover the artist Vincent Van Gogh. Although far from perfect, this film is perfect and entertaining for all ages. This is a fun and entertaining movie that manages to overcome its flaws by providing the viewer with an original and highly entertaining plotline. The film manages to be fun, but it is inaccurate. This will certainly provide viewers with something interesting to watch, but at the same it's a movie that can only introduce you Van Gogh's art. However it doesn't really reveal any in depth facts about the famed painter. Aside from a few facts, this film is mostly fictional and relies more on a made up script to entertain its viewers. In no way is this film a biopic. Despite this, it's a fun and entertaining movie to watch and it is worth seeing if you're looking for an entertaining Family film to watch with your kids. The film like I said is flawed, but manages to have an interesting idea to keep you involved from start to finish. I enjoyed the film when I was younger, and I think it's a worthy movie to watch despite its inaccuracies. I found this film to be quite underrated and it's one that deserves to be rediscovered by a new audience because it's a far better film than most Family friendly movie of today. Give the film a shot, and to those that already love Vincent Van Gogh, they may find this entertaining as well. Just don't go into this one expecting an accurate, well thought portrait of Van Gogh. Expect a good little film that will certainly entertain you if you're in the right state of mind.

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