A psychotherapist suffers violent nightmares inspired by legendary works of art. Four of his patients, expert thieves, offer to steal the works since he believes that once he owns them, the nightmares will disappear. He becomes a wanted criminal known as "The Collector". Who will dare to catch him and his gang?Written by
Diego Olivas Arana
The film depicts the following thirteen paintings that haunted Ruben Brandt Frédéric Bazille - Portrait of Renoir (1867) Sandro Botticelli - The Birth of Venus (c. 1486) Hans Holbein the Younger - Portrait of Antoine, Prince of Lorraine (c.1543) Frank Duveneck - Whistling Boy (1872) Paul Gauguin - Woman Holding A Fruit (1893) Vincent van Gogh - Portrait of the Postman Joseph Roulin (1888) Edward Hopper - Nighthawks (1942) René Magritte - The Treachery of Images (1929) Édouard Manet - Olympia (1863) Pablo Picasso - Woman with book (1932) Tiziano Vecellio - Venus of Urbino (1538) Diego Velázquez - Infanta Margarita Teresa in a Blue Dress (1659) Andy Warhol - Elvis l, ll (1964) See more »
A woman in Tokyo:
Oh my goodness! What, what is going on?
A man in Tokyo:
Shh... miss, please, just a little respect for the performance artists.
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I was a little sleepy during the middle of the film but I thoroughly enjoyed it in all its entirety. It's rare to see an art film blend surrealism and artistic flare so well with Hollywood style action and dynamically awesome characters.
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