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Ver Jheronimus Bosch, Touched by the Devil

Jheronimus Bosch, Touched by the Devil is a movie starring Matthijs Ilsink, Peter Klein, and Jos Koldeweij. In 2016, the Noordbrabants Museum in the Dutch city of Den Bosch held a special exhibition devoted to the work of Hieronymus...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Pieter van Huystee
Starring
Matthijs Ilsink, Ron Spronk, Jos Koldeweij, Peter Klein

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Pieter van Huystee
Writer Pieter van Huystee
Stars Matthijs Ilsink, Ron Spronk, Jos Koldeweij, Peter Klein
Country Netherlands
Also Known As Hieronymus Bosch - det godas och det ondas krafter, Hieronymus Bosch - hyvän ja pahan voima, Bosch och djävulens grepp, Hieronim Bosch. Dotkniety przez diabla, Jheronimus Bosch - Unto dal diavolo, Hieronymus Bosch - Schöpfer der Teufel, Hieronymus Bosch, Touched by the Devil
Runtime 1 h 26 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In 2016, the Noordbrabants Museum in the Dutch city of Den Bosch held a special exhibition devoted to the work of Hieronymus Bosch, who died 500 years ago. This late-medieval artist lived his entire life in the city, causing uproar with his fantastical and utterly unique paintings in which hell and the devil always played a prominent role. In preparation for the exhibition, a team of Dutch art historians crisscrosses the globe to unravel the secrets of his art. They use special infrared cameras to examine the sketches beneath the paint, in the hope of discovering more about the artist's intentions. They also attempt to establish which of the paintings can be attributed with certainty to Bosch himself, and which to his pupils or followers. The experts shuttle between Den Bosch, Madrid and Venice, cutting their way through the art world's tangle of red tape, in a battle against the obstacle of countless egos and conflicting interests. Not every museum is prepared to allow access to their precious art works.

Top reviews

Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 05:49

A very disturbing and sobering film about the world of pedophilia. It was made by director Paul Morgan, who also made the documentary The Thin Red Line about the Vietnam War. It is a sort of documentary on the history of the pedophilia problem in the United States. The film is based on the true story of a gay man who was imprisoned in a mental institution for having sex with a 14-year-old boy. His crime was the fact that he had sex with him. He had a sexual relationship with the boy over a period of four years. The boy was just 16 years old. The film is a very well done documentary about the problems and the problems of pedophilia. Paul Morgan's narration is very good. The acting is very good. The documentary is very interesting and the production is very good. The film is also very well directed. The film is very disturbing and disturbing. The most disturbing part of the film is when he talks about how he watched the boy being abused and the victim being called a 'bitch' by the boy's mother. This is very disturbing. The worst part of the film is when he tells how the boy was molested and he says that it was because of his homosexuality. He says that it was because of his homosexuality. The director also talks about how it is not the pedophiles that are to blame, but the society and the church. The church should be investigated and banned for their role in the pedophilia. The sex abuse of children should be punished and punished. This is the case that we have. I recommend that this film is watched by anyone who wants to be more informed about the problem of pedophilia. It is very informative.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 01:53

In 2006, Jheronimus Bosch was recognised with a BAFTA for Best Director and Nominated for Best Original Screenplay. It's a controversial film. It is hard to argue against his statements. I'm a big fan of his work, but the film has been criticised for being too graphic, for being a 'blaxploitation' film, for being racist, for being a 'feminist' film. And it's hard to argue with the claims. I think he is the only film director who can do films like this without losing his creativity and his ability to tell a story. So to all these people who haven't seen it, and to all those who have seen it, I say 'if you're reading this review and you haven't seen it, please do'. I think that the most controversial thing about Jheronimus Bosch is that he is not interested in the political agenda. He's interested in the story, in the dialogue, in the music. I'm not sure he's interested in 'slut-shaming' women, and I'm not sure he's interested in 'racism'. I think that's what makes his work so powerful. There are other films that are violent, or controversial, but they're only films that people watch because of the topic. Jheronimus Bosch is different. The film is very carefully composed. He doesn't show the sex or violence. It's just a story about a man, and the violence that he goes through. It's not violent, and it's not politically charged. He doesn't say 'look at the black man raping a white woman'. It's just a story about a man who loses everything in his life. The film is very unique. It's one of the few films I have seen that I can watch over and over again. It is, by no means, the greatest film of all time. It's just a great film. I would love to see it again, and I'm sure I would watch it again and again.


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