Incognito (1997)

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Harry Donovan is an art forger who paints a fake Rembrandt picture for five hundred thousand dollars. Marieke, the woman he meets in Paris and gets into bed with, turns out to be the art ... See full summary »


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  • Jason Patric and Maja Ottesen in Incognito (1997)
  • Irène Jacob in Incognito (1997)
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  • Jason Patric and Maja Ottesen in Incognito (1997)
  • Maja Ottesen in Incognito (1997)
  • Jason Patric and Irène Jacob in Incognito (1997)

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1 October 1998 | JimFK
7
| Not bad
A bit of a pleasant surprise (considering its lack of theatrical release in the NY area), Incognito is a fairly involving drama/thriller involving a disturbed artist who's gotten so entangled in the underworld of art forgery he's never formed an identity of his own...he does a great Rembrandt, but Irene Jacob spots it as a fake, which both infuriates and attracts him...a murder occurs and the pursuit is on, with him trying to clear his name and trying to become a "real" artist...Patric is a little too brooding and pouty, making him hard to like for much of the film (C. Sheen or J. Depp could make him a much more sympathetic "bad" boy), but beautiful location work (widescreen, too -- I saw the laserdisc -- on video it's probably a mess) and the lovely & talented Ms. Jacob make it a surprisingly unique experience...check it out.

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