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Rated NR · 92 min.

Drama


Lech Majewski's no stranger to making movies about art: He wrote the screenplay to Basquiat and directed The Garden of Earthly Delights, a film inspired by Hieronymous Bosch. He's back with this sensational film that imagines the creation of Pieter Bruegel's "The Way to Calvary." Majewski's film, like his subject's paintings, revels in the earthy details of 16th-century Flemish life even as it employs up-to-the-minute CGI techniques to bring this wonderfully complex work to life.


See our full review: The story of a painting in <i>The Mill and the Cross</i>

The story of a painting in The Mill and the Cross

Lech Majewski's film revels in the earthy details of 16th-century Flemish life even as it employs up-to-the-minute CGI techniques to bring this wonderfully complex painting by Pieter Bruegel to life. »

Official Site: www.themillandthecross.com
Director: Lech Majewski
Writer: Lech Majewski and Michael Francis Gibson
Producer: Lech Majewski
Cast: Rutger Hauer, Charlotte Rampling and Michael York

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