Pssst, want to check out Pollock in our new look?
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Excellent performances bring the 1950s-60s art scene to life wonderfully, though some may find it rather slow and quiet at times. As true stories sometimes tend to be.
i have such a soft spot for artists' biographies -- i think it has something to do with all the sequences where they are creating; if done well, it's such a high to watch. anyways, this film was alright -- except for the random "art criticism" monologues that really didn't seem to fit the folk aesthetic the directors tried to pin pollock to. also, i found myself hating krasner's character, despite being a big fan of LK irl. she's unrelatable -- too blunt.
to see which of your friends have seen this movie!