Lust for Life evaluation action

2022-04-09 08:01
"Lust for Life" is a biopic. The director divides the film into two parts and presents the whole process of Van Gogh's artistic career to the audience   . From the perspectives of Van Gogh's work, emotion, and painting, the film shows several transformations of Van Gogh's spirit and painting art, reflects the artist's unique artistic spirit and personality charm, and reproduces Van Gogh's fanatical pursuit of painting art   .
"Lust for Life" describes Van Gogh's growth trajectory with stunning visual and spiritual effects, allowing the audience to have a further understanding of the historical and cultural factors in the evolution of his style. The film shows the audience the distorted self-image of Van Gogh, and shows the influence of these factors on his indifferent and lonely personality, as well as the inner creative intention, creative thinking, technique and ideological culture of his works. It makes the audience further realize that Van Gogh's painting creation not only has external factors, but more importantly, it has a certain relationship with his complex psychological and emotional changes. One main thread that runs through the film from start to finish is Van Gogh's creative passion and perseverance, and the other is the brotherhood between Van Gogh and Theo. The whole film is about the fate of genius, full of Van Gogh's persistence and firmness in his artistic life, and his unremitting pursuit of life. The director used the whole film to show the audience a real Van Gogh, telling the world an eternal truth: real gold and diamonds, even if they are buried and covered by dust, will one day be discovered by people. It is shining and eternal. The light   .
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  • Al 2022-04-14 09:01:07

    I watched this when I was in the sixth grade of elementary school, so I saw Kirk Douglas's movie so early.

  • Linwood 2022-04-14 09:01:07

    The male lead plays Van Gogh's vigor, nervousness, pain, loneliness, unlucky, paranoid and eccentric, but compassionate, loving life, and kind-hearted

Lust for Life quotes

  • Vincent Van Gogh: I don't care to be respected! I'm trying to live like a *true* Christian. I'm not going to worry about how I sleep. Look at the fresh graves of the children in the cemetery. Scrub floors and pick coal with the women. Get those fine clothes dirty with the blood and sweat of dying miners. Then come here and lecture me about Christianity! Hypocrites. Hypocrites!

  • Theo Van Gogh: You've become a stranger. You've changed.

    Vincent Van Gogh: I haven't changed, Theo. Outwardly, perhaps, but inside me, I still want the same things.

    Theo Van Gogh: What things?

    Vincent Van Gogh: The things we talked about in the old days. To be of use, to work, to bring something to the world.

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