That caracter Uma Turman was playing,said no to Vincent's caracter!!??Stupid woman!!Vincent looks so artistic,and dirt from all those colors;..I wanted to give him a bath:);)!!And the way he was dressed,so silly/cute!!And the beard,aaa..a cute painter!!
I didn't actually finish it. It was a bit dull. And of course, I fast-forwarded through the non-Vincent bits, so there was no chance really of it making sense!
i did'nt "get it" either. i fast-forwarded it too like val.
I did not get this movie AT ALL. Like Val and Judith, I too fast forwarded to get to Vincent's all-too-few scenes. He was soooo cute though! I love that goatee.
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Another admitted fast-forwarder here. Though he did look quite wonderful as always in the few minutes he actually occupied the screen.
Oh, and on the issue of stripes... Wouldn't surprise me if he did. It was a low budget movie afterall. I've also been noticing that probably 99% of the ties he wears on LOCI are striped...
The jumper seems like the type he would own. I thought this film was just a slice of (artistic, angst ridden) life. But it bored me, except for VDO's bits. Of course, VDO's bits could never be boring, could they?
I was bored. Except, of course when VIncent was on :)
Only watched it once (apart from screen-capping duties!) I tried, but quickly got tired of waiting for him, so fast forwarded the whole thing, stopping only when Vincent was there - which wasn't for long - whilst marvelling once again at a stupid woman, although at least she got to stand on top of his feet...As for the sweater, quite possibly one of his. For a man who bought the bus for them for the end of TWWW, bringing his own wardrobe wouldn't phase him I'm sure ;0)
When you finally get to meet V, make sure to ask him if he was wearing his own jumpers, and make sure to steal one. :P. For now just hope they are his. :)
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