The Accountant (2016)
The Pollock painting, "Free Form", 1946, is his first "drip" painting, to accompany those where he used mops or buckets. But that painting has been altered for the movie, by placing an eye looking askance from the middle, which isn't in the original. The painting IS the original for the characters, critically putting meaningful words in Pollock's mouth, so to speak. For Wolff this is apparently his most valued possession (sentimentally and monetarily, the original being estimated to be worth $100 mil), telling his computer aid to lower the price of the Renoir rather than sell the Pollock. The movie's addition of the eye gives the painting a actual meaning, which would be especially important to Wolff who is autistic. The painting hearkens to an unused verse from the poignant song at the end, which says "I can get through the wall if you give me a door"--"To Leave Something Behind", by Sean Rowe. In the theater version, the red in the painting was a bright red, while the Google images of the original, and now in the CD versions of the amended painting, show the red to definitely be an orange-red, enough to make it seem to be more than a color control problem.
This hidden in plain sight trivia, which is actually an integral part of a couple of the themes of the movie (society's approach to autism, criticism via example of abstract impressionism), is apparently the first of its kind for Hollywood.