The Last Vermeer: A Movie is a gorgeous yet a serious documentary film by Paul Goetz. It is divided into three sections - the first looks at the great art of painting, the second in the canvasses made by the artist during his lifetime and the third in his great masterpieces after his death.
The film portrays his relationship with Cubism and Post-Impressionism. Furthermore, it provides a well-researched and reasonable account about the life of Vincent van Gogh. The work of this artist has been a source of inspiration for many artists to this day.
The Last Vermeer: A Movie was shot entirely in France and Austria. It was directed by Stephane Michon and directed by Rainer Waldmann. The cinematographer was Christophe Gautier. It stars Mads Mikkelsen, Gregor Samsa, Anika Noni Rose, Irina Lobova, Ingrid Wolff, Francoise Dagny, Daniel Sorhals, Dan Kounaves and Vanda Siebert.
The next movie following The Last Vermeer was The Artist. It was also directed by Stephane Michon and also features Mads Mikkelsen. However, The Artist is less dramatic and more humorous and lighter than The Last Vermeer.
The Last Vermeer: A Movie was also the inspiration for the movie I'm Still Here, starring Nicolas Cage. This movie is a heavy and politically charged drama about a story about Vincent van Gogh's relationship with Picasso and Cubism.
But The Last Vermeer is not without its criticisms. For example, the French critics suggest that much of the film is missing, with the only scenes shot being one with Vincent talking about his relationship with Picasso, another with Vincent talking about his relationship with the surrealist movement.
The Last Vermeer: A Movie is an outstanding exhibition piece because it demonstrates to art fans what Vincent would have been like if he had lived. It is a fascinating story about artists and their relationship with each other and it gives us a glimpse into their lives before they died.
On a personal note, The Last Vermeer: A Movie has been a particular interest for me as it provides a glimpse into the life of a painter. It is now up to me to experience the entire trilogy, The Last Vermeer: A Movie, The Artist and The Last Masterpiece of Vincent Van Gogh.