Lust For Life (1956) - (Movie Clip) Two Kinds Of Idleness
Dutch art dealer Theo Van Gogh (James Donald) finds his brother the failed missionary Vincent (Kirk Douglas) in Belgium and urges him to come home, early in Vincente Minnelli's Lust For Life, 1956.
Lust for Life - (Original Trailer)
Kirk Douglas gives an Oscar-nominated performance as Vincent van Gogh in Lust for Life (1956), a film biography of the famous painter.
Lust For Life (1956) -- (Movie Clip) What Do You Know About Pain?
Amsterdam, 1881, failed painter Vincent Van Gogh (Kirk Douglas) visits his aunt and uncle (Isobel Elsom, Wilton Graff) demanding to see their daughter, his cousin, whom he loves, prompting an incident verified by the uncle, though forgotten by the artist, in Vincente Minnellis bio-pic Lust For Life, 1956.
Lust For Life (1956) -- (Movie Clip) You Call That A Life?
Director Vincente Minnelli offers vignettes from the novel by Irving Stone, based on the life of the artist Vincent Van Gogh (Kirk Douglas), and his relations with the single-mother ex-prostitute Sien Hoornik (Pamela Brown, in the movie called Christine), The Hague, ca. 1882, in Lust For Life, 1956.
Lust For Life (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Impressionism Is Not A Joke!
In Paris to see the latest works, Vincent Van Gogh (Kirk Douglas) with brother Theo (James Donald) meets with Pissarro (David Leonard), Bernard (William Phipps) and Seurat (David Bond), in Vincente Minnelli's Lust For Life, 1956.
Biopics -- (TCM Promo)
Promo for TCM's Biopics programming, October 2007.
Lust For Life (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Painting Is For Painters!
One take, fellow artist Gaugin (Anthony Quinn) has just joined Vincent Van Gogh (Kirk Douglas) in Arles, in southern France, painting always their topic, in Vincente Minnelli's Lust For Life, 1956.