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Paris Ganz Europa leidet noch unter den Nachwirkungen des ersten Weltkriegs, während im wilden Pariser Nachtleben Liebe, Lust und Leidenschaft das Zepter übernommen haben. So auch im Café La Rotonde, wo die beiden konkurrierenden. Modigliani – Ein Leben in Leidenschaft - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | drodre.co Modigliani - Ein Leben in Leidenschaft (Modigliani): Drama/Biopic von Stephane Martinez-Campeau/Alan Latham mit Udo Kier/Hippolyte Girardot/Andy​. Der Film ist nichts besonderes und auch nicht geschichtstreu, aber für einen netten Filmabend ist er ok. Es gibt sehr viel schlechtere Filme, aber natürlich auch viel. Der Film spiegelt das traurige und gleichzeitig sagenhafte Leben des Künstlers Modigliani wider. Schon als kleines Kind ist Amedeo Modigliani ein begnadeter.

Modigliani Film

Modigliani - Ein Leben in Leidenschaft (Modigliani): Drama/Biopic von Stephane Martinez-Campeau/Alan Latham mit Udo Kier/Hippolyte Girardot/Andy​. Ein Portrait des Malers Amedeo Modigliani, das u.a. auch ständige Rivalität mit Pablo Picasso und seine tragische Beziehungen zu Jeanne Hebuterne und. Zwischen dem künstlerischen Erfolg und den Entbehrungen und selbstdestruktiven Tendenzen ist auch Mike Davis Biopic Modigliani über den. Modigliani Film

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This film must be considered an "Art" film - not a commercial film and you must watch it with different eyes. Taking that tone - It was throughly enjoying and the sets, costumes and art direction were done extremely well.

The casting and acting was excellent and believable but some scenes were too drawn out. If the editing was a little better we would have a real winner.

However I can recommend this film to anyone who loves art and painting. It really portrays the feelings of the artists and how they lived.

Go See It - You'll enjoy it! I was lucky to see this movie in Paris where this movie was first released in the cinemas. I was really impressed by the brilliant performances of Andy Garcia and Elsa Zylberstein and the rest of the cast.

We may already know this story is about the last years' of life of the Italian painter Amedeo Modigliani and set in Paris in However this movie has a new approach and new ideas and it is not an ordinary biography movie.

The spirit of Paris in that period comes alive in this movie. Everyone who involved in this movie worked with passion and passion is actually a main theme of this movie.

I totally enjoyed seeing this movie and I hope that this movie will be released widely and many people will be able to see it.

We are all surrounded by those big blockbuster movies nowadays and it is so nice to see Modigliani, a real gem.

I really liked the movie. Sure, if you are not into 'art' movies this wont be something for you but if you like a movie that is not a Hollywood blockbuster and if you like Garcia, i'm sure that you will like the movie.

Andy Garcia is far most the only 'star' in the movie but that gives the movie a certain amount of credibility. If there would have been to many A listers, the movie wouldn't have worked like it does now.

Although the movie is set in the 's there is also a modern part the scene where everyone is painting their masterworks for the exibition with some lounge music on the background is gorgeous!

So if you want to see a true actor's movie check it out! The story of Modigliani is well-known.

However, this film gives it life with a wonderful script, amazing cinematography, and mind-blowing performances by Andy Garcia and Elsa Zylberstein, a little-known French actress.

I was glued to the screen from start to finish and have recommended it to everyone. If this film, Garcia, and Zylberstein don't receive Academy Award nominations, there's something wrong with Hollywood Run don't walk to the nearest theatre showing "Modigiliani".

Forget the mega-publicized studio films being released now Winter See it while you can. It's a true find, and one that will stay with you long after you left the theatre.

Modigliani Wow, somebody besides Modigliani was smoking hashish when making this thing. It's incoherent, it takes fictional liberties that border on infantile never mind trying to create an interesting story , and the acting and writing basics, yes?

Stephen Holden is right, this is a movie about how not to make a movie about a famous artist. Andy Garcia? I can see how people find him handsome, and Modigliani was a lady's man, for sure, so that much works.

But he isn't an actor with either subtlety or fire, mostly just self-consciousness. His girlfriend, Jeanne, who was supposed to be 19 when the artist met her, is played with surprising unevenness by the usually talented Elsa Zylberstein, who was almost twice that age, She does have a naturally long face, which fits the elongated look of the artist's many portraits.

And then there is an even worse fit, the man playing the short fiery Spaniard named Picasso, an Iranian-British comedian name Omid Djalili.

He neither looks nor acts like Picasso, who was filmed and photographed so much we know quite exactly what he was like.

So what is it about this film that makes sense? There is snow in one direction and not in the the other. There is the foolish brandishing of guns, glasses smashed to the floor, hallucinations that play cheap cinematic games, an invented rivalry between Picasso and Modigliani as if they were the only two artists of note in town this is Paris, , remember.

Oh, and speaking of that, where's the war? You know, World War I. So, Modigliani impregnates this young Catholic student, Jeanne, and shows raging compassion and neglect in almost the same scene.

He loves poverty and seems to never really paint--except when he gives up halfway through and destroys the thing in a fit.

This is only partly true--he drew and painted like mad, but not destructively. The light is often nice, his T. It's a shame, because it could at least have been brimming with atmosphere.

Or, taking it another direction, the movie could have leapt into complete fantasy like Derek Jarman's "Caravaggio" or the inventive and more accurate "Goya in Bordeaux.

Anyone, not with all the better artist films out there. As a final note, even if you like everything I didn't, you'll have to keep track of the many side characters artists who come and go like Max Jacobs, Diego Rivera, and Utrillo , and the put up with a pastiched together simultaneous scene of several of these painters all making their works for the competition, feverishly painting as club music plays in the soundtrack as if it were a high school football tournament.

Good luck. The death mask at the end? That's for real. And the final tragic suicide, as well. The truth of Modigliani is far more intense than this frivolous thing.

It has some very strong features such as the cinematography that captures the artsy feeling of Paris and, despite excesses, manages to create some visuals of hallucinations and the wild madness of painters painting canvasses; a rather complex peak into the lives of several of the more revolutionary artists of the time; and a substantial feeling for the interchange between artist and model.

The main problem with the film is a script that is banal, limited in historical validity, and concentrating on a single rather silly motif of a painters' competition.

Amedeo Modigliani - was a Sephardic Jew from Italy who moved to the mecca of Paris to create his brilliant portraits and sculptures of nudes and extended neck women and girls.

His genius lay in his unifying the spiritual Eastern iconography tribal art and Judaism of his heritage with the Christian read Catholic traditions of the artists with whom he associated which resulted in his creations of the female nude from a feminist cultural perspective.

What this film delivers is a rather annoying portrait of a young consumptive artist who drank and drugged himself to death at a moment in his career when renown was just beginning.

The reasons for his place in art history are merely hinted all for the sake of the Hollywood biopic.

So aside from a visually exciting experience there is really very little to be learned from this liquor and opium soaked consumptive noisy melodrama that could have been about any one of the artists involved in the story.

The genius of Modigliani is barely tapped. Grady Harp. This movie simply spoils a great character and its incredibly rich environment with a long series of pseudo-romantic inventions, a poor direction, and an awful Andy Garcia.

Too many facts are totally invented, and alter deeply the personality of Modigliani, as well as the real course of the events, relationships, and even time line Edit Piaf was definitely not singing yet at the time of the movie.

Some scenes are ridiculous, and the large use of little cinematographic tricks such like Modi whistling the Italian anthem, the "hollywood manual" competition applause, to name a few lower the level to unacceptable.

Fully disappointing. I really love Modigliani's work, so I was excited to see this movie. Unfortunately, it turned out to be disappointing.

While Andy Garcia is a good actor, he's an unconvincing Modigliani-- he looked much too clean, well-fed and robust for most of the film!

The music was bland, terrible and out of place- instead of heightening the experience, it transformed most scenes into cheesy, sentimental, and trite.

Jeanne talks about her intense love for Modigliani at the beginning and end of the film, but we really hardly even get to see that-- her character is flat.

Consequently, these "dramatic scenes" of her love for him come off as contrived and ineffective. Another thing I didn't like was the way the characters spoke.

As a reviewer mentioned before, they switched from different languages and accents at the drop of a hat.. From American English to European accents to European language.

It was annoying. But, I liked Elsa Zylberstein as Jeanne. She looked just like a Modigliani painting. A good scene was the one where Modigliani and Picasso visited Renoir, as was the scene at Picasso's exhibition where one of Modigliani's paintings was shown.

But, overall, I feel that the movie was trying way too hard to be dramatic, artsy, and decadent and it really didn't accomplish any of it.

I thought it was a rather contrived, emotionless effort that didn't do much justice to the artist. Elsa Zylberstein gives a very irritating, mannered performance.

Every time that she screams or yells and she does that quite often in this movie you wonder if she understands English well enough to understand what she's saying.

She also changes accents several times throughout the course of the movie. Garcia's accent lapses from Italian to Brooklyn, which is odd considering he's from LA.

Plus he's gotten old and fat. As a biography, it doesn't really stick to the facts, especially with regard to Modigliani's death.

Hardly Romeo and Juliet. As a tragedy, generally a movie about a tragic couple shouldn't make you think, "phew! Thank god those two aren't around breathing the same air as me anymore!

As a movie about artists, aside from one nice sequence where Picasso and Modigliani converse with Renoir at his estate, it seems to be this movie's contention that painters spend most of their time drinking absinthe, mistreating their wives or mistresses, acting like pompous egomaniacs and occasionally firing or pointing guns at one another.

Pretty much a botched job from start to finish. Writer, director, and cast should all hang their heads in shame. Ignore any positive comments you see here.

Don't waste your time or money on this nonsense. Nozz 11 May This is a movie about painters in Paris that tells us nothing about painting and shows us nothing of Paris.

Even a little stock footage would have been welcome. The most profound observation anyone in the movie makes about Modigliani's work is that he exaggerates the length of the neck.

To add a little excitement to the mix, characters fire guns in one another's general direction twice and the manner of Modigliani's death is irresponsibly fictionalized.

At least I consider it irresponsible, because people will come to the movie not knowing the facts and come away thinking they've learned them.

Andy Garcia is to be commended for taking the title role-- Modigliani is worth a movie, and I'm sure no one set out to make it a bad one-- but he is less convincing and interesting than the supporting actors who bring Soutine, Utrillo, and especially Renoir to life.

The cinematography is great. That is the one redeeming aspect of this yucky mess. Actually, it also makes you curious about Modigliani, was he really so disgusting, which is another redeeming aspect that I don't think the filmmaker's intended.

I was looking for a single good scene to show my Humanities students, so I could say that this was what great painters or paintings were like in the early 's.

There just weren't any. Instead of any kind of truth about art or society, the film just posits a fictitious feud between Picasso and Modigliani.

As a background element this would have been interesting, but it is given equal weight to the love relationship between Modigliani and his model Jeanne.

Modigliani's drug abuse and natural bad health are the antagonists in the love story. One never really finds out anything about Jeanne, like why a wealthy and beautiful woman would be hanging out with such a destructive person.

One five minute scene almost qualified as good. Picasso, for no particular reason, suddenly puts aside his animosity to Modigliani and takes hims to see Renoir.

Renoir asks if Modigliani is mad and Modigliani just smiles and gestures "a little". Even this sweet little scene is ruined when Modigliani lights his cigarette with a 's lighter.

The worst part is a montage sequence when paintings are being revealed at an art competition. The unveiling of the art is juxtaposed with Modigliani getting his head bashed in.

While, I do not generally care about historical accuracy, this movie is so way off that it really interferes with a viewer's pleasure.

The movie seems to be saying that Modigliani was a drug addict and drunk and didn't care about anybody, but he really knew how to live life!

Oh, by the way, he was also a painter. Kudos to those involved with this project which allows movie-goers to understand a little more about the private life and time of Amadeu Modigliani.

And special thanks to the private funders, whose support of independent productions make movies with meaning possible -- and in this case, turned a relatively obscure dream into a wonderful reality!

This period piece is beautifully done. The acting is superb, as well as the cinematography, editing, music and writing.

And did I mention the acting? Thank you for this beautiful work which, I'm sure, will be appreciated for years to come! I agree with the comments about the lack of truth in this movie, regarding the facts in the life of Modigliani.

I would like to comment on the casting of Picasso. Some viewers are impressed with the actor; obviously they know nothing about Picasso and haven't seen his pictures.

When I first saw the "Picasso" in this film I was so shocked and disgusted I wanted to quit and not watch it any more.

May be it was a good idea - I would've saved an hour or so. Picasso was nothing like this physically - he was athletic, robust, virile,oozing sexual power.

He was Spaniard. Nothing like the greasy, obese, fat-nosed actor in the movie who looked more like an aged Middle Easterner with dyed hair well, he is actually from Iran.

To sum it up - regarding not only the casting of Picasso but the whole story - this is a very bad film, made by people who not only had no idea about the artists concerned, but they even had no interest to research the period, the place, the art scene.

Their only concern was to make some easy dollar for the simple fact that most people have no information about Modigliani, his life and friends, and will take everything in the movie for a fact.

This is one of the worst films I have ever seen in my life, this is for sure. Picasso and Modigliani were spinning in their graves when this pretentious insult to their memory was made!

Did the screen writers both to pick up a copy of Janson? Or anything with a basic outline of art history? A beautifully filmed song, so someone knew a bit about cinematography, but didn't bother to do any other homework.

Not in , or whenever the scene is supposed to be taking place because the flashbacks are indistinguishable. And Frida Kahlo is supposed to be in this??

Kahlo didn't make Paris until the late s. Certainly there are better venues for Andy Garcia. This is actually worse than the most recent "wild sex in ex-pat Paris" film, Head in the Clouds.

I'm giving it a four because 2 is usually reserved for pornos. Although some lush sex scenes might redeem this a bit.

If you know anything about art or artists you won't like this film. To paraphrase the late Barry Took: there are thousands of films made, catering for all tastes, but most of them are for those who have absolutely no taste at all - and this is one of them.

It is avowedly based on characters not events and most of the latter are invented: the film is after all a drama, not a documentary: the paucity of facts is acceptable, it is the lack of truth which is makes this film so shallow.

The characters are Modigliani and his contemporaries, most notably Picasso. The rest were simply not believable as the artists they were impersonating: mostly even they themselves gave every impression of not believing in what they were doing.

Andy Garcia is too fat for the role of Modigliani, who at the end of his life was wasted by excess e. If you love Modigliani's work as much as I do, you must own this movie.

Wonderful, poignant movie about the life and death of Italian modern painter Amedeo Modigliani. Extremely well acted and the soundtrack is truly beautiful and heart-rendering.

A contemporary and antagonist of his contemporary Pablo Picasso, Amadeo Modigliani , an Italian Jew, makes his mark in pre-world war Paris, an avant garde painter caught up in the heady bohemian atmosphere of a turn-of-the-century city.

Barely able to scrape a living together, Modigliani is a tortured soul with infinite curiosity, painting the visions in his head, certainly as groundbreaking as those of the larger-than-life Picasso.

While Picasso is the darling of Paris, Amadeo's days are lived in the shadows, a man given to the excesses of drink and drugs to ease the pain of his existence.

When he meets his muse in Jeanne Hebuterne Elsa Zilberstein , the work flows from his brush, a distinctive style that rivals that of his nemesis, Picasso.

Indeed, the two painters are much alike in their assurance, although Picasso is much more pragmatic, a crowd-pleaser who disdains poverty in pursuit of art.

Unfortunately, Modigliani's life is too short, his brokenhearted muse inconsolable, left with a daughter and another baby on the way, disowned by her rigid Catholic father.

The loss of her lover is indeed tragic; as she says to Picasso after Amadeo's death, "At the end of your life, you will say his name, Modigliani" In fact, it is said that this is the last word Picasso uttered.

French society only belatedly applauds the talent of this iconoclastic artist, a shabby painter who dances in the snowy streets of Paris to music only he can hear, shadowed by the boy he once was.

Played out in vignettes of childhood memory, the agonies of failure and the natural rebelliousness of a man who cannot fit into society's expectations, Modigliani spirals through the years carelessly, driven only to paint, to dream, to seek oblivion, to paint again.

What I find particularly striking about this film, despite the many criticisms, is Garcia's ability to capture the essence of the creative spirit, unfettered by society's dictates, in fact, unable to perform responsibly.

When he fails to meet the standards of a family man, or even to make a viable living, Modigliani escapes into a haze of narcotics and alcohol, the need to disappear married to his artistic genius.

What appears pitiful, a man squandering his talent, is familiar to such a man, his inner visions demanding to be brought to life.

It is not surprising that Modigliani hurls towards death, helpless in the face of his own self-destruction. It is in his nature, torment built into his psyche, creative demons unleashed.

In sharp contrast, the sensitive love story between Amadeo and Jeanne Hebuterne reveals the depth of his compassion and curiosity, the gleam in the actor's eyes speaking to the profound absurdities of his life.

It is often difficult to comprehend the creative impulse that leaves artists on the edge of decency and acceptability, ever pushing boundaries in a quest to feel the breath of God.

It is this arrogant, yet heartbreaking quest that Garcia portrays so brilliantly, his appreciation of Modigliani's spirit that lifts the performance- and that of the talented Elsa Zilberstein- above the script and director's deficiencies, riding on the musical score and stunning cinematography to remind us of the price of genius.

Disappointed by this movie. Even when I don't like a movie i usually watch it to the end hoping it will redeem itself.

In this case, i turned it off before it was over. I like Andy Garcia but his performance was unenthusiastic. It had no real story and went from one scene to the next without coherence.

Over all, poor story line, poor performances from actors. One person found this helpful. Disorganized, pretentious artsy drivel.

Good cast is wasted. Very disappointing. I cannot really put it better than Robert Malherbe' s review. Sentimental, melodramatic and factually far from reality.

The movie went on far to long and really has nothing much to say of significance. If you are interested in the period and the Parisian School you many like "Picasso's Gang".

Quite a different type of movie and more entertaining. Andy Garcia is perfectly cast as Modigliani, a bohemian artist living in the outskirts of Montparnasse with his artist friends including Picasso.

Perfectly talented, he shuns the lifestyle of the bourgeoisie preferring to befriend people in the streets. He is often without money and struggles making a living painting portraits of women with elongated necks, sculpted faces with empty eyes.

He tells his girlfriend that he will paint the eyes once he can "see the soul". Modigliani is dashing and charming, it's no wonder many women fall for him and want to be painted by him.

Jeanne who leaves her conservative Catholic upbringing only endures painfully what it is to love such a man.

Modigliani is beautifully told from the point of Modigliani, the artist. One can get an intimate glimpse at the lifestyles of the struggling artists back in those days, some of whose names are titans in the art world today.

I really felt like I could get a better understanding of Modigliani's passion, his struggles both as a man and as an artist.

See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Although the film is billed as fiction, and indeed some of it is, the main elements are very close to the actual later life of Modigliani.

The rivalry between Picasso and Modigliani is clearly added to spice up the plot and is largely fiction.

Andy Garcia looks like Modigliani and his acting is excellent as is that of many other members of the cast. The film depicts the last few tragic years of the life of the artist.

Despite the reservations above, the film is well worth watching and compliments very nicely the current exhibition about the artist.

Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. Modigliani and Picasso were friends but never rivals; Modigliani died before Picasso was even an established artist.

The premise of rivalry to the point of feud does neither artist justice, least of all Picasso; I felt sorry for Omid Djalili a fine actor otherwise who had to struggle with such a mean-spirited and untruthful portrayal by the dunce who wrote and directed this.

Just having been to the Tate Modigliani exhibition, I was looking forward to watching this movie about a fabulous artist.

The film is thoroughly disappointing with loads of historical mistakes and exaggerations and cheesy cliches. The soundtrack is incongruous.

Read the professional film critics reviews on Rotten Tomatoes or the wikipedia entry for the film. Really bad.

Garcia successfully portrays 'Moddy' Dedo to his friends as defiantly anti Bourgeois, to his grave.

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Salvarea vine de la competitia anuala de arta care avea loc in Paris, dar el impreuna cu amicul si rivalul sau Pablo Picasso considerau sub demnitatea artistilor adevarati participarea la aceasta competitie.

Beat si drogat, Modigliani se inscrie in competitie. Picasso il urmaza, iar Parisul priveste cu frenezie competitia dintre cei doi mari artisti ai vremii.

The music was bland, terrible and out of place- instead of heightening the experience, it transformed most scenes into cheesy, sentimental, and trite.

Jeanne talks about her intense love for Modigliani at the beginning and end of the film, but we really hardly even get to see that-- her character is flat.

Consequently, these "dramatic scenes" of her love for him come off as contrived and ineffective. Another thing I didn't like was the way the characters spoke.

As a reviewer mentioned before, they switched from different languages and accents at the drop of a hat..

From American English to European accents to European language. It was annoying. But, I liked Elsa Zylberstein as Jeanne. She looked just like a Modigliani painting.

A good scene was the one where Modigliani and Picasso visited Renoir, as was the scene at Picasso's exhibition where one of Modigliani's paintings was shown.

But, overall, I feel that the movie was trying way too hard to be dramatic, artsy, and decadent and it really didn't accomplish any of it.

I thought it was a rather contrived, emotionless effort that didn't do much justice to the artist.

Elsa Zylberstein gives a very irritating, mannered performance. Every time that she screams or yells and she does that quite often in this movie you wonder if she understands English well enough to understand what she's saying.

She also changes accents several times throughout the course of the movie. Garcia's accent lapses from Italian to Brooklyn, which is odd considering he's from LA.

Plus he's gotten old and fat. As a biography, it doesn't really stick to the facts, especially with regard to Modigliani's death.

Hardly Romeo and Juliet. As a tragedy, generally a movie about a tragic couple shouldn't make you think, "phew!

Thank god those two aren't around breathing the same air as me anymore! As a movie about artists, aside from one nice sequence where Picasso and Modigliani converse with Renoir at his estate, it seems to be this movie's contention that painters spend most of their time drinking absinthe, mistreating their wives or mistresses, acting like pompous egomaniacs and occasionally firing or pointing guns at one another.

Pretty much a botched job from start to finish. Writer, director, and cast should all hang their heads in shame. Ignore any positive comments you see here.

Don't waste your time or money on this nonsense. Nozz 11 May This is a movie about painters in Paris that tells us nothing about painting and shows us nothing of Paris.

Even a little stock footage would have been welcome. The most profound observation anyone in the movie makes about Modigliani's work is that he exaggerates the length of the neck.

To add a little excitement to the mix, characters fire guns in one another's general direction twice and the manner of Modigliani's death is irresponsibly fictionalized.

At least I consider it irresponsible, because people will come to the movie not knowing the facts and come away thinking they've learned them.

Andy Garcia is to be commended for taking the title role-- Modigliani is worth a movie, and I'm sure no one set out to make it a bad one-- but he is less convincing and interesting than the supporting actors who bring Soutine, Utrillo, and especially Renoir to life.

The cinematography is great. That is the one redeeming aspect of this yucky mess. Actually, it also makes you curious about Modigliani, was he really so disgusting, which is another redeeming aspect that I don't think the filmmaker's intended.

I was looking for a single good scene to show my Humanities students, so I could say that this was what great painters or paintings were like in the early 's.

There just weren't any. Instead of any kind of truth about art or society, the film just posits a fictitious feud between Picasso and Modigliani.

As a background element this would have been interesting, but it is given equal weight to the love relationship between Modigliani and his model Jeanne.

Modigliani's drug abuse and natural bad health are the antagonists in the love story. One never really finds out anything about Jeanne, like why a wealthy and beautiful woman would be hanging out with such a destructive person.

One five minute scene almost qualified as good. Picasso, for no particular reason, suddenly puts aside his animosity to Modigliani and takes hims to see Renoir.

Renoir asks if Modigliani is mad and Modigliani just smiles and gestures "a little". Even this sweet little scene is ruined when Modigliani lights his cigarette with a 's lighter.

The worst part is a montage sequence when paintings are being revealed at an art competition. The unveiling of the art is juxtaposed with Modigliani getting his head bashed in.

While, I do not generally care about historical accuracy, this movie is so way off that it really interferes with a viewer's pleasure.

The movie seems to be saying that Modigliani was a drug addict and drunk and didn't care about anybody, but he really knew how to live life!

Oh, by the way, he was also a painter. Kudos to those involved with this project which allows movie-goers to understand a little more about the private life and time of Amadeu Modigliani.

And special thanks to the private funders, whose support of independent productions make movies with meaning possible -- and in this case, turned a relatively obscure dream into a wonderful reality!

This period piece is beautifully done. The acting is superb, as well as the cinematography, editing, music and writing. And did I mention the acting?

Thank you for this beautiful work which, I'm sure, will be appreciated for years to come! I agree with the comments about the lack of truth in this movie, regarding the facts in the life of Modigliani.

I would like to comment on the casting of Picasso. Some viewers are impressed with the actor; obviously they know nothing about Picasso and haven't seen his pictures.

When I first saw the "Picasso" in this film I was so shocked and disgusted I wanted to quit and not watch it any more. May be it was a good idea - I would've saved an hour or so.

Picasso was nothing like this physically - he was athletic, robust, virile,oozing sexual power. He was Spaniard. Nothing like the greasy, obese, fat-nosed actor in the movie who looked more like an aged Middle Easterner with dyed hair well, he is actually from Iran.

To sum it up - regarding not only the casting of Picasso but the whole story - this is a very bad film, made by people who not only had no idea about the artists concerned, but they even had no interest to research the period, the place, the art scene.

Their only concern was to make some easy dollar for the simple fact that most people have no information about Modigliani, his life and friends, and will take everything in the movie for a fact.

This is one of the worst films I have ever seen in my life, this is for sure. Picasso and Modigliani were spinning in their graves when this pretentious insult to their memory was made!

Did the screen writers both to pick up a copy of Janson? Or anything with a basic outline of art history? A beautifully filmed song, so someone knew a bit about cinematography, but didn't bother to do any other homework.

Not in , or whenever the scene is supposed to be taking place because the flashbacks are indistinguishable.

And Frida Kahlo is supposed to be in this?? Kahlo didn't make Paris until the late s. Certainly there are better venues for Andy Garcia.

This is actually worse than the most recent "wild sex in ex-pat Paris" film, Head in the Clouds. I'm giving it a four because 2 is usually reserved for pornos.

Although some lush sex scenes might redeem this a bit. If you know anything about art or artists you won't like this film.

To paraphrase the late Barry Took: there are thousands of films made, catering for all tastes, but most of them are for those who have absolutely no taste at all - and this is one of them.

It is avowedly based on characters not events and most of the latter are invented: the film is after all a drama, not a documentary: the paucity of facts is acceptable, it is the lack of truth which is makes this film so shallow.

The characters are Modigliani and his contemporaries, most notably Picasso. The rest were simply not believable as the artists they were impersonating: mostly even they themselves gave every impression of not believing in what they were doing.

Andy Garcia is too fat for the role of Modigliani, who at the end of his life was wasted by excess e. Omid Djalili as Picasso is even fatter.

Elsa Zylberstein is just wet as Jeanne. The scenes of the artists painting are pure vaudeville - most of them seemingly getting more paint on themselves than on the canvas; this is not a total loss however since the paint looks decidedly better on them than on the finished paintings, which are dross.

The picture of Jeanne which 'Modi' his nickname and a pun on 'maudit' paints at the end is unbelievably bad and an insult to an artist who has pretensions to greatness: this is partly what I mean about lack of truth.

This is a film purporting to be about artists, made by someone who clearly knows nothing about art. This more or less completely useless film is hopelessly stuck in a romantic as in 19th century view of the artist as a lonely, struggling genius.

Add to this lookalikes of the usual suspects of Paris between world wars - Cocteau, Picasso, Gertrude Stein etcetera - and an audience with the godlike Auguste Renoir courtesy of Picasso and you get this: Two hours of rehashed ideas trying to convince the viewer of an artist's originality by equating him with every stereotyped image of the troubled genius.

This extreme conventionalism is hardly suited to the memory of an unconventional artist like Modigliani, is it? It took a while for me to get into it, but by the end I really liked it a lot.

It could have been more consistent and seamless--the casting was so-so. In the first part of the movie the intensity of the characters didn't come across, but as the movie progressed, especially near the end, their emotions were more convincing and believable.

The music was possibly the most passionate and moving part of the whole thing -- I hope a sound track is released. I liked the sets, the costumes and filming was pretty good.

The subject matter was of particular interest to me as I am an artist. It's probably not for everyone and definitely not for those who like formula, action films.

Colorful and engaging, albeit, self-important lengthy Bio-Pic. Acting values range from screaming to sublime.

Artist portrayals are always difficult to convey on the screen, and in this case, a painter, comes across as self-serving, ultimately unsympathetic but full of great art.

His oeuvre speaks volumes but his lifestyle, littered with latch key kid lacking, results in some sad and destructive behavioral patterns that he never could outgrow.

Backstory handled effectively and the anti-semitic storyline brutally honest but ham-fisted by the script.

I was glued to the screen from start to finish and have recommended it to everyone. If this film, Garcia, and Zylberstein don't receive Academy Award nominations, there's something wrong with Hollywood Run don't walk to the nearest theatre showing "Modigiliani".

Forget the mega-publicized studio films being released now Winter See it while you can. It's a true find, and one that will stay with you long after you left the theatre.

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