Videvanja Van Gogha

Seeing Van Gogh

  • Fiction Film
  • 82’
  • 2008
  • Slovenia

The film is a homage to beauty; beauty in a visual and aesthetic sense, but primarily spiritual beauty, the beauty that normally thrives best in concert with love if we let it breathe, that is; if we are prepared to accept it and share in it. The film is playful, it does not build on the bizarre, but on aesthetics, ethics and spirituality. She and He are in T(herapy), in their individual sessions

The film is a homage to beauty; beauty in a visual and aesthetic sense, but primarily spiritual beauty, the beauty that normally thrives best in concert with love if we let it breathe, that is; if we are prepared to accept it and share in it. The film is playful, it does not build on the bizarre, but on aesthetics, ethics and spirituality. She and He are in T(herapy), in their individual sessions the more introverted She and the extroverted He talk about and gradually uncover a particularly strong experience that in a way represents a turning in their emotional setback. We gradually realize that they do not have a problem accepting what has happened. She would just like to know where it happened, and He would like to see it all again.

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Alternative title
Seeing Van Gogh (english)
Production countries
Slovenia
Technical data
Duration and length
82 minutes / 2249 meters
Colour
Colour
Negative format
film 35mm
Screening formats
film 35mm

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