French post-Impressionist craftsman Paul Gauguin (Cassel) was a trendsetter of present-day workmanship, known for exploring different avenues regarding strong shading and contorted extents, alongside his counterparts Vincent van Gogh and Paul Cezanne. By 1891, Gauguin is now notable in creative circles however is burnt out on the supposed acculturated world and its political and good traditions. Leaving his significant other and kids behind, he wanders alone to the opposite apocalypse, Tahiti, overwhelmed by a longing for new motivation, and prepared to forfeit everything for his mission. Ruined and singular, Gauguin pushes profound into the Tahitian wilderness, where he meets Tehura (Adams) his dream, who will motivate his most notable show-stoppers.
Actors: Vincent Cassel, Tuheï Adams, Malik Zidi, Pua-Taï Hikutini
Directors: Edouard Deluc
Writers: Edouard Deluc (screenplay), Etienne Comar (screenplay), Thomas Lilti (screenplay), Sarah Kaminsky (screenplay), Paul Gauguin (book)
Production: Move Movie