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For over 300 years, there has been so many myths about the drink absinthe. This movie is about 3 stories of death, murder, and insanity. Vincent Van Gogh decides to cut off his ear, Oscar Wilde's last night alive, and the Lanfray murders.
Joshua Fredric Smith
An intense docudrama that tells the history of Absinthe and the mystical creature that possess it starting in the 1700s. It delves into the lives of the famous artists and how it changed them. The trail it blazed is covered in great detail, right up to the point when it was banned around the world.Written by
This is the worst documentary out there. There is so much cheesy about it, where do I start. All I know is that if you watch this you will be puking green absinthe's afterwards. The acting was utterly horrible. He uses a lot of washed up actors that can't get worked mixed with complete newbies that have never taken an acting class from what I saw. I felt it took away from me taking it seriously the way he dressed the women, who wore barely anything and it did not go with the them of the period. There was so much wrong in this film, that there can be no right. Sorry but I give it four thumbs down. I do feel that it could have been very special if only it had been done with a little more class and less ass. I am totally serious.
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