27 Rue de Fleurus (2019)

When Leo Stein left 27 Rue de Fleurus, he and his sister Gertrude divided their art collection. The two agreed that Leo would take sixteen Renoirs, and leave with Gertrude the Picassos, ... See full summary »


Octavio Carlin


Octavio Carlin




Credited cast:
George Benedict ... F. Scott Fitzgerald
Kelly Brighton ... Ernest Hemingway
Kat Brower ... Caribel Cone
Heather Compton ... Marel / Evelyn
Elizabeth Ferraris Elizabeth Ferraris ... Etta Cone
David Gangel David Gangel ... Pablo Picasso
Dylan George ... Gregory / Johnnie
Karin Hallén ... Dolores
Andrea Mora Hidalgo Andrea Mora Hidalgo ... Kiki de Montparnasse
Malua Jones Malua Jones ... Cristina Casati Stampa de Soncino
Genevieve Joy ... Zelda Fitzgerald
Christina Lemon Christina Lemon ... Gertrude Stein
Cat Pursel Cat Pursel ... Fania Marinof
Kelly Lynn Reiter ... Evelyn (voice)
Courtney Slusser Courtney Slusser ... Evelyn Nesbit


When Leo Stein left 27 Rue de Fleurus, he and his sister Gertrude divided their art collection. The two agreed that Leo would take sixteen Renoirs, and leave with Gertrude the Picassos, most of the Matisses, and the Cezannes, with one exception: Cezanne's 'Five Apples' When Gertrude fought her brother over possession of 'Five Apples', Leo's responded by saying: "The Cezanne apples have a unique importance to me that nothing can replace - I'm afraid you'll have to look upon the loss of the 'Five Apples' as an act of God." But as the saying goes, 'out of sight, out of mind' and with Leo and Cezanne's 'Five Apples' gone, Gertrude forgot about still-life turned her focus to cubism. ...Or did she? Based on true events, 27 Rue de Fleurus is the story of Gertrude Stein's fight to reclaim Cezanne's 'Five Apples' as imagined by writer, director Octavio Carlin. The action takes place in Paris at 27 Rue de Fleurus, the home of Gertrude Stein and her lifetime companion Alice B. Toklas, during one... Written by Octavio Carlin

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25 October 2019 | by eelias-40885See all my reviews

From the start you know that this movie will be a gem. It opens with the beautiful Eiffel Tower and evolves through an evening with Gertrude Stein Picasso Mattise F. Scott Fitzgerald and Hemingway but with a twist; that of which Mexican directors are known for ....just as Alfonso's Roma with the car scratching as it enters the tight garage this movie moves and takes you inside the intricacies of producing film which is both culturally enlightening both for new and current art aficionados as well as refreshingly and intellectually entertaining promoting a very human view of these cultural icons of life today ..... The movie immerses you through innovative in and out progression of actors continuing and pausing the filming process as the camera keeps shooting as actors take a break to rehearse scripts roles ambience lighting and then coming back into action with outmost naturality which at the highlight make you feel as if you are dining with these most beautiful minds that have changed the way we see the world completely in a very human warm manner.... I believe Carlin will be another Cuarón <<< challenging current limits and valiantly defying the norm of film production for our pleasure. SOTOL salud! Viva Mexico

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24 October 2019 (Mexico) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »


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$75,000 (estimated)
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