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I.M. Caravaggio (2011)

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In a daring tale of identity crisis, witness the rise and fall of a modern day Master, Ian Milano, who works and lives as 17th Century Italian Painter Caravaggio in order to forge his artistic genius and unlock his sociopathic nature.







Cast overview, first billed only:
Fletcher Sharp ...
Rex Yee
Mario Minniti
Damien Horton ...
Young Ian
Amanda Ouest ...
Janet Shapiro
Kent Johns ...
Governor Vandabarrow
Kylee Nash ...
Mrs. Vandabarrow
Mr. Milano
J.R. Thompson ...
Mrs. Milano
Darius Hammargren
Ross Alzina ...
Rick Willard
Randi Sorenson ...
Randi Jade
Robin Leach
Andrew Granken ...
Andrew Gaye


Based on Caravaggio's true life. Gods and Saints were his subjects, beggars and prostitutes were his models. He was an orphan, he was a drunk, he was a murderer - He was Caravaggio. Now, on the 400th anniversary of his death (1610-2010) comes a daring tale of identity crisis. Set in the most exciting city in the world, Las Vegas, by a promising debut American director - I.M. Caravaggio Written by Publicist, Vegaswood Studios

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A dark, but lovely movie. Looks and feels like a Caravaggio painting.
27 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

I.M. Caravaggio is drenched in symbolism for true art scholars, yet still manages to present basic facts for newer Caravaggio fans. A thrilling art-house masterpiece mixing the Italian Artist's most infamous traits: controversial works of art, chiaroscuro lighting, huge commissions and elite clientèle painted right next to prostitutes and street people - all set in modern Las Vegas with amazing music throughout.

First time Filmmaker Derek Stonebarger's non-linear biopic storytelling leads to an astounding plot sprinkled with abuse, deceit and greed, while newcomer Ryan Eicher is brilliant as the modern day Caravaggio. Even as the darkness fills the screen, you leave the film feeling rays of light from above and an awareness that the spirit of Caravaggio, whether good or bad, might be living inside of us all. Positively a must-see movie.

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