Moulin Rouge (1952)

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Moulin Rouge (1952) Poster

Fictional account of French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.


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27 November 2003 | stevenmaven
Absorbing biography
Compelling story describing the type of life Toulouse-Lautrec had.The picture keeps you involved throughout;however, it is not a happy story.You're hoping for him to have a decent relationship and the desired happy ending.At the same time you're looking for realism and the picture's ending appears to be the proper one.Overall, a recommended look at a famous person's real life.(At least he got to enjoy some degree of recognition and high regard for his work).

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