At Eternity's Gate | AndersonVision
At Eternity's Gate alongside The Wife is proving that nobody knows nothing. Two tiny films that hit theaters in off-periods are now lighting up Awards season. What makes this film pop is how it's less about Van Gogh being moody and more about the painting process. Too often, films want to be the one that actually gets inside Ol' One Ear's mindset and try to tell us something new. If it didn't work in my Art History class, it's not going to work for the majority of film-going adults. So, what is the big takeaway?