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The Price of Everything

The film presents a real look at the pivotal artists and the intense competition between them in the art world and the hot market surrounding them in this area. It seems that the world of contemporary art holds a true mirror around our values and times in a different world of painting and painting through intense and exciting competition.
Duration: 98 min
Quality: SD
Release: 2018
IMDb: 7.2
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Philadelphia Daily News
October 31, 2018 The uneasy relationship between art and money... is explored with wit and verve...
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Financial Times
November 14, 2018 The film is cheery, disorientating, witty, bleak, dizzying.
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Screen International
November 06, 2018 The wide ranging perspectives of painters, collectors, dealers and gallery owners makes for a thought-provoking and unexpectedly moving film with the potential to attract both a specialist and a more general audience.
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Time Out
November 12, 2018 An intelligent film, 'The Price of Everything' is also very funny - usually on purpose, though some of the art is ridiculous.
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AV Club
October 17, 2018 Look, the film seems to say, and take from it what you will-but make sure you catch all the detail, because it's not as simple as it seems.
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October 19, 2018 A scrappy documentary on the increasingly currency-focused machinations of the art world.
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Backseat Mafia
November 13, 2018 Incisive and amusing
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Boston Globe
October 26, 2018 The implicit castigation the documentary has to offer is hard to miss. So is the sense of overriding fascination. Is it possible to cast a cold eye if the look being given is so wide-eyed?
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Wall Street Journal
November 12, 2018 Nathaniel Kahn lets the contemporary-art market shoot itself in the pedicured foot. But not everything worth saying needs to be articulated in this highly polished documentary-a beautiful piece of representational art, as it happens.
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Los Angeles Times
October 25, 2018 Kahn is a quiet filmmaker, and he gently prods his sources to go beyond the typical art world hyperbole of "gorgeous" and "wonderful."
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November 13, 2018 Any insight into the mysterious world of contemporary art is worth watching.
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Little White Lies
November 15, 2018 Cool and nominally neutral, there is nonetheless a genius use of one scene from Martin Scorsese's grim and glossily-reproachful The Wolf of Wall Street that makes the director's feelings on the subject crystal clear.
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