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Tabloid Vivant (2016)

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A painter and an art critic who romanticize each other's obsession with fame decide to collaborate on a project they believe will revolutionize the art world. They are determined to make a painting come to life, even if it kills them.

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Maximilien Klinkau
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Sara Speed
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Elizabeth Short / Lou Salomé
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Miriam
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Fame. Celebrity. Wealth. Max, an up and coming artist hungry for fame, meets Sara, a budding young art critic who suffers the same obsessiveness about her work as he does his. The two begin a tumultuous relationship based on using each other to get ahead and sequester themselves in a cabin in the woods, set on creating a work of art that they feel will completely revolutionize the art world. They want to make a work of art that is alive; even if it takes their own lives to do it. Written by Kyle Broom

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The painting system featured in the film is based on a concept first described in an aesthetics paper written by director/writer Kyle Broom, who has a PhD in philosophy. See more »

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Maximilien Klinkau: I made a score of a blushing, beautiful, glamorous starlet! Now, your color is fucked!
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Written by Kevin MacLeod
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A modern trip down memory lane of artsy genre
14 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie has a feel of a peyote trip and Ecstasy with in the art, and Jesse Woodrow turns in a performance outside his normal acting genre, playing believable torn artist with serious issues, He is glowing whether laughing or in a manic state, and his looks go outside cookie cutter and shows he is right at the top of his craft Tamzin is so believable and kinda modern naive and gorgeous like a young Angelica Houston with a hint of Genevieve Bujold

Keep watching Jesse cause he is going to be everywhere and a darling of the small and large screen showing those bedroom eyes and long legs. It is a guarantee he is about to become a household name in comedy and drama


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