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Vincent & Theo (27-Apr-1990)

Director: Robert Altman

Writer: Julian Mitchell

Music by: Gabriel Yared

Producers: Ludi Boeken; Emma Hayter

Keywords: Drama, Biography, Painting

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jean-Pierre Cassel
Actor
27-Oct-1932 19-Apr-2007 The Crimson Rivers
Tim Roth
Actor
14-May-1961   Pulp Fiction

CAST

Tim Roth   ...   Vincent Van Gogh
Paul Rhys   ...   Theo Van Gogh
Johanna ter Steege   ...   Jo Bonger
Wladimir Yordanoff   ...   Paul Gauguin
Jip Wijngaarden   ...   Sien Hoornik
Anne Canovas   ...   Marie
Hans Kesting   ...   Andries Bonger
and
Jean-Pierre Cassel   ...   Dr. Paul Gachet
Adrian Brine   ...   Uncle Cent
Jean-François Perrier   ...   Léon Boussod
Vincent Vallier   ...   René Valadon
Peter Tuinman   ...   Anton Mauve
Marie-Louise Stheins   ...   Jet Mauve
Oda Spelbos   ...   Ida
Sarah Bentham   ...   Marie Hoornik
Jean-Denis Monory   ...   Emile Bernard
Jean-Pierre Castaldi   ...   Père Tanguy
Annie Chaplin   ...   Painter 1
Humbert Camerlo   ...   Painter 2
Louise Boisvert   ...   Mme. Ginoux
Vincent Souliac   ...   Paul Millet
Klaus Stoeber   ...   Zouave
Florence Muller   ...   Rachel
Viviane Fauny Camerlo   ...   Mme. Viviane
Alain Vergne   ...   Dr. Rey
Feodor Atkine   ...   Dr. Peyron
Jean-Pierre Gos   ...   Trabuc
Bernadette Giraud   ...   Marguerite Gachet
Mogan Mehlem   ...   Mr. Ravoux
Therese Cremieux   ...   Mme. Ravoux

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