Vincent in Brixton
A dramatization of the time that Van Gogh spent in Brixton in the 1870s-a period before he became a painter and one that changed him completely. Vincent develops a rapport with a widow twice his age, which blossoms into a full-blown love affair, only to be cruelly curtailed by the arrival of his fiercely puritan young sister. From the author "of Cressida, Mrs. Klein," and the recent adaptation of Wedekind's "Lulu,"
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