Harry Donovan is an art forger who paints fake Rembrandt picture for five hundred thousand dollars. The girl he meets and gets into bed with, in Paris, Marieke, turns out to be an art expert, who Harry's clients are using to check the counterfeit picture he painted.
Harry Donovan is a master in the art of deception... trapped in a lie so perfect even the truth can't save him.
Did You Know?
When Marieke mails the letter, there is a very short close-up, where you can read the address of Juan del Campo, meaning "John of the Field", living in Plaza de la Mierda, meaning "Shit Plaza". See more
Harry Donovan and his father talks in the phone about the exchange rate between US Dollars and Dutch Guilders. Later on, when still in Amsterdam, Harry buys some sort of old painting in a shop. He pays however, in German Marks. See more
I just don't understand why you guys have to sit here and piss on other people, let alone Rembrandt.
Professor Scheerding *proved* that the painting, The Man With The Golden Helmet, is just a cheap fake.
I'm sure you know that, uh, in 1930 there were over 800 *supposed* Rembrandts.
And now we're down to 241, thanks to you and your friends - and dropping. So, bully for you! Every schoolkid's favorite picture is now junk, because some self-appointed windbag has said so. You know, the problem is, ...