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Van Gogh is a french film of genre Drama directed by Maurice Pialat released in USA on 30 october 1992 with Jacques Dutronc

Van Gogh (1991)

Van Gogh
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Released in USA 30 october 1992
Length 2h38
Directed by
OriginFrance
Genres Drama,    Biography
Rating71% 3.592193.592193.592193.592193.59219

Van Gogh is a 1991 French film written and directed by Maurice Pialat. It stars Jacques Dutronc in the role of Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, for which he won the 1992 César Award for Best Actor. Set in 1890, the film follows the last 67 days of Van Gogh's life and explores his relationships with his brother Theo, his physician Paul Gachet (most famous as the subject of Van Gogh's painting, Portrait of Dr. Gachet), and the women in his life, including Gachet's daughter, Marguerite.

The film was entered into the 1991 Cannes Film Festival. The film was selected as the French entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 64th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

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Le film se déroule en 1890 et présente les 67 derniers jours de la vie du peintre postimpressionniste Vincent van Gogh, depuis son arrivée en train à Auvers-sur-Oise, où il est soigné et protégé par le docteur Gachet, à sa mort consécutive à sa tentative de suicide.

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