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The Travelling Artist

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Language  English
8.8/10 IMDb

Country  UK
The Travelling Artist movie poster
Director  Jez Blackmore Richard Hulse
Writer  Jenni Grant (story), Jenni Grant

The Travelling Artist, an art house production inspired by German expressionism co-directed by Jez Blackmore and Richard Hulse from a screenplay by Jenni Grant.

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Plot

A dark fairytale combining the drama of modern horror with classic elements of Gothic imagery inspired by the German Expressionist films of the 1920s.

A young artist, Lucy Snow, struggles bravely to cope with more than one grief; the plight of her seriously ill mother, and her own faltering talents as a painter.

Her dreams become haunted by a shadowy figure, the mythical Travelling Artist. This lonely wanderer, it’s whispered, has roamed the world for over a century in pursuit of his creative visions. Can such a man exist? And if he does, will his powers be able to rescue Lucy from sadness and what form will salvation take?

Cast

  • Holly- Marie Laurence as Lucy Snow
  • Simon Baker as The Travelling Artist
  • Poppy Flanagan as Lucy's mother
  • Martine Sherlock as Eliza Rose
  • Influences

    The Travelling Artist is a modern take on classic German expressionist films including The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari (1920), Metropolis (1927), and Nosferatu (1922).

    References

    The Travelling Artist Wikipedia
    The Travelling Artist IMDb


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