Vincent: A Life in Color (2008) Poster

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Finally, the story behind the legend!
Tyson E Carter24 April 2014
Warning: Spoilers
For over 10 years I kept passing the same man on the street (or bridge) every day. Sometimes at lunch, sometimes coming and going... Two things always struck me, 1) He has such joy in his demeanor and 2) Whoa! Is that a bright suit!!! The story of Vincent P. Falk is expertly told by budding director Jennifer Burns. Burn's direction reveals the story of a man who is willing to live life outside of the limits that others have imposed on him.

Spoiler: He's not just a man in a flashy suit who twirls... he's a shining example of what humans can do when they choose to lay their heart out on their sleeves and embrace life. This movie will make you cry, it will make you laugh, it will make you say, "hey, I've seen that guy around Chicago!," but most importantly it teaches us that every person has a story worth telling.

Full disclosure: Separately from seeing Vincent each day, I also have known the director, Jennifer Burns, since 1999. She is an amazing friend, counselor, actor, and improviser.

If you are a Chicagoan, this film is a must see!
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