Without Davis's excruciatingly vivid performance this movie would have flat and lack in tension. It's not that she likes Vermeer more; indeed, she's so intimidated she barely speaks to the artist. The meager facts of his biography have been gleaned from a handful of legal documents. Beautifully filmed piece of boring crap. Greit enjoys sitting for her Master and also assisting him with mixing paints, etc.
This is the most wonderful film, which I saw for years. Stunning art direction, lively pacing and an absorbing narrative all make up for a few key performances which seem too modern, and minor instances where the editing isn't as sharp as one might hope. They were in separate piles, and the pieces were of a uniform size. We feel Griet's nervous emotions as she sits as still as possible under the close eye of the awe-inspiring man she has grown to love. However, Griet is warned by Vermeer's friend, , not to get too close to the artist because he is more interested in painting than he is in people.
When Griet went to work at the home of the painter Johannes Vermeeer, she thought she knew his role: doing the housework and taking care of the painter's six children. Their growing intimacy sparks whispers; and when Vermeer paints her wearing his wife's pearl earrings, the gossip escalates into a full-blown scandal that irrevocably changes Griet's life. The story is subtle making it the perfect example that less is more in a story. You feel Griet's fear of the paintings depicting Catholic beliefs - she is Protestant and there remain few Catholics in Delft after the Spanish were defeated. I enjoyed the movie very much but it is clearly not for everyone. And they aren't the type that can be used as signatures on message boards, they're just blatantly scripted and worthless.
در روایت شخصی شوالیه از این تابلو، این دختر، گری یت است؛ دختر یک کاشی ساز فقیر که برای کار و کمک مالی به خانواده اش به عنوان پیشخدمت به خانه ورمر نقاش می رود. I think this is consistent with Chevalier's interpretation of what the relationship between the maid and the great artist might have been. The Vermeers have five 5 children with one on the way. Many people may be bored by it. There is more to the story.
If you like light historical fiction or stories about artists, you may enjoy this. The book she has written, despite a lush note or two and occasional incident overload, is something far different and better. The young maid, however, seems devoted only to her master and obeys his every wish. Chevalier has won a place in my heart and bookshelf. In addition, though the family is now poorer, Vermeer's will has included a request that Griet receive the pearl earrings that she wore when he painted her, which Van Leeuwenhoek forces Catharina to hand over. I know that I had to constantly pull up images of his paintings as I read to actually see what Griet was describing.
و به قدری صمیمی و پشت هم و ساده روایت میکنه که تو وقتی به خودت میای میبینی غرق در حرفهاش شدی و توی یه زمان خیلی کوتاه کل کتاب رو تموم کردی. She does the back breaking work for the family and deals with the many difficult children and the mistress of the house, but then eventually strikes up a friendship with and develops romantic feelings for Vermeer, culminating with her posing for the painting. The novel was adapted into a 2003 film of the same name and a 2008 play. His eyes beheld Griet and indeed all the world not in a carnal way, but in the penetrating way of the artist who wants to see the world as it really is, not as our needs demand. Her father has been rec Girl with a Pearl Earring, Tracy Chevalier Girl with a Pearl Earring is a 1999 historical novel written by Tracy Chevalier. He is not wanting to gossip with her or exchange thoughts about the weather or to woo her or to cajole her into parting with her charms. It doesn't take long for us to realize that Vermeer and Griet have forged a bond: she fetches his colors, she grinds and mixes the paints, she cleans the windows in the studio so that better light comes in, she even moves a chair so that it doesn't appear on the painting Vermeer is working on.
She has fallen out of her world. In this film are plenty of symbolic hints and allusions. It wrenched my heart to know how her masters had such control over her life that they could decide something that will most definitely affect her life and how insensitive they were about it. While I was in Dallas, I visited the Dallas Museum of Art and they had a Vermeer Suite. The family always linger near the door to Vermeer's studio, as though something dangerous was contained within. Griet is granted the privilege that no other family member has -- helping Vermeer in his studio. How, then, does Vermeer coax his young servant to pierce her lobe and part her lips just so? So hard that eventually you make a novel that's a fictional story about a painting.
This poor maid is the only person who truly understands Vermeer's work. But I think if you read this book in the first place you're the kind of person to like the movie. Jonny was just starting as an agent and needed me as much as I needed him. But that dissonance of anachronistic vision is apt. Eventually, she is told she must be painted. And the book used to teach the course intrigued me. Even if the story is not grounded in fact, or is based on little fact, the story of how Vermeer's painting, The Girl With a Pearl Earring came to be is one that presents a little mystery and romance to a painting.