Breathtaking animated film inspired by the paintings of famous Dutch painter Vincent Willem van Gogh. “Loving Vincent” tell the story of the complicated life of Van Gogh, rebuilt with more than 800 letters written until his death in 1890. A life full of misunderstandings and artistic rejections, heartbreaks, and economic difficulties that made him practically live in misery for a part of his life.
My contact with Europe has been between France and Italy, so three years ago I decided to go to Poland to make an internship. Country that had a good reputation with Erasmus supposedly had a good level of English to practice. But one reason for moving there was the challenge of living in a location with temperatures below zero and supporting the lack of light. This last is not uncommon counting in my city in winter dusk 3 hours later than in Poland.
Well, until then, I thought a little more dominated Europe until I met Mads Mikkelsen. A tall, dark and with an exotic command of English language. I tried to do some research on it and I was surprised that he was Danish. DENMARK !! Northern Germany … no? but they were blond, barbarians and have the Ikea. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO !! Ikea is Swedish !! and with globalization there is much mixing … because nothing was going my ignorance diluted as it was seeing his works and knowing the culture and Danish history.
Giovanni Moretti, aka Nanni Moretti was born on August 19, 1953 in Brunico, Bolzano.
It is one of the most emblematic directors of the Italian left, by his ideology, his critical speech and independence in their works.
From adolescence begins to cultivate his two great passions, swimming and cinema, where the diving is present in (La Stanza del Figlio,2001) – or absolute role-the amnesiac player (Palombella rossa,1989) – this last, was recorded when the Berlin Wall crumbles, and communist ideology became in crisis. The use of amnesia of a water polo player in the game showing a misplaced character is questioned and continuously try to remember their ideals and outlook on life.