Only on 6th, 7th and 8th June

Only on 6th, 7th and 8th June

Dutch director OK Hoogendijk’s film My Rembrandt hits theaters from 6 to 8 June 2022. What makes the work of a Dutch painter special? That is the question the film tries to answer.

In terms of great art in cinema, 6 to 8 June 2022 film to be shown in Italian cinemas my rembrandt dedicated to famous Dutch painter of the seventeenth century Rembrandt van Rijnow (Leiden, 1606 – Amsterdam, 1669) Which continues to fascinate and captivate the public today.

Dutch director’s film ok hugendijko is set in world of old masters and presents a mosaic of compelling stories Where the unbridled passion for Rembrandt’s paintings leads dramatic events It is on twist unexpected.

Whereas art collector As Eijk and Rose-Marie de Mol van Otterloo, the American Thomas Kaplan and the Scottish Duke of Buccleuch show their special bond with their Rembrandts, banker Eric de Rothschild puts two rembrandts for salespark an uphill political battle between Rijksmuseum and the Louvre. The film also followsElite Dutch Art Dealer Jan Six Two Rembrandt paintings on their way: a long journey of discovery that seems to fulfill their biggest childhood dream; When accused of violating an agreement with another art dealer, his world collapses.

After all these events, my rembrandt exhibition What makes the work of a Dutch painter special, Following the success of the award-winning documentary newDirector of Rijksmuseum (2014), OK Hugendijk, tackles a great subject yet again to tell audiences a story for art lovers.

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“There is something curious about Rembrandt; it is as if there was such extraordinary truthfulness, sentimentality and empathy in his work that whoever looks at his painting goes in search of himself,” said the director. What made Rembrandt so special even to the citizens of 17th-century Amsterdam, who lined up to portray him: Rembrandt looked beneath the surface and showed who he really was. He did not flatter his patrons, despite keeping an eye on the vanity and sophistication of the social environment he portrayed. And he ruthlessly applied this method to himself. His self-portraits, especially the latter, are incredibly honest explorations of the psychological toll we pay over the course of our lives. In his latest paintings, Rembrandt is resigned. His way of painting makes us understand that life is not perfect and everyone has their flaws and that is what makes us human. In this way, since the 17th century, Rembrandt has erected a mirror for our contemporaries, a mirror that teases and tickles”. “My goal was create a Shakespeare play, showing the main characters with every possible human element (…). I am so grateful for the conviction and candor of our protagonists, who, no matter how different their worlds, share an important detail that keeps them all: Rembrandt fever. It is not Rembrandt himself, but his passion for him that plays the main role. The question that remains after watching the film is not ‘What do we do with Rembrandt’s legacy today?’, but: ‘What does Rembrandt’s legacy have to do with us?’ ,

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The film dedicated to Rembrandt comes to the cinema: only on June 6, 7 and 8

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