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At Eternity's Gate is a movie starring Willem Dafoe, Rupert Friend, and Oscar Isaac. A look at the life of painter Vincent van Gogh during the time he lived in Arles and Auvers-sur-Oise, France.
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|Quality||480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K|
|Writer||Julian Schnabel, Jean-Claude Carrière, Louise Kugelberg|
|Stars||Oscar Isaac, Rupert Friend, Mads Mikkelsen, Willem Dafoe|
|Country||UK, USA, France, Switzerland, Ireland|
|Also Known As||À la porte de l'éternité, Prie amžinybes vartu, Van Gogh - At Eternity's Gate, Van Gokh: Be'Sha'arei Ha'Netzakh, Van Gogh, a las puertas de la eternidad, À Porta da Eternidade, Van Gogh. U bram wieczności, Van Gogh - Ved evighedens port, No Portal da Eternidade, Στην πύλη της αιωνιότητας, Vincent van Gogh - Vid evighetens port, Van Gogh - An der Schwelle zur Ewigkeit, Van Gogh - Ikuisuuden porteilla, 永遠の門 ゴッホの見た未来, Van Gogh - Sulla soglia dell'eternità, Vid evighetens port, Na kapiji večnosti, Van Gogh: En la puerta de la eternidad, La poarta eternităţii, 永遠の門 ゴッホの見た未来, Van Gogh en la puerta de la eternidad, Van Gogs. Pie mūžības vārtiem, 梵谷：在永恆之門, Van Gogh - Auf der Schwelle zur Ewigkeit, Van Gogh: Sonsuzluğun Kapısında|
|Description||The last two years (1888-1890) in the life of Vincent van Gogh are presented, those years spent largely in southern France, most specifically Arles. He is driven by his art and what his art means to him, as opposed to the primary goal of making money, which he does not in not selling any of his paintings and thus being supported financially and emotionally by his brother, Theo van Gogh. As opposed to his friend and fellow artist Paul Gauguin who has a modicum of success, Van Gogh is seen as less contemplative about his work due in large part to the speed at which he paints and what is seen as the haphazard style of thick strokes of paint on the canvas, but he is arguably more contemplative regardless of how prolific he is. That overall contemplative nature manifests itself more as madness, seeming or real, as demonstrated by an infamous act concerning his left ear.|