The Last Vermeer

While Joseph Piller (Bang), a Dutch Jew, was fighting in the Resistance during the Second World War, the witty, debonair aesthete, Han van Meegeren (Pearce) was hosting hedonistic soirées and selling Dutch art treasures to Hermann Goring and other to... more

While Joseph Piller (Bang), a Dutch Jew, was fighting in the Resistance during the Second World War, the witty, debonair aesthete, Han van Meegeren (Pearce) was hosting hedonistic soirées and selling Dutch art treasures to Hermann Goring and other top Nazis. Following the war, Piller becomes an investigator assigned the task of identifying and redistributing stolen art, resulting in the flamboyant van Meegeren being accused of collaboration -a crime punishable by death. But, despite mounting evidence, Piller, with the aid of his assistant (Krieps), becomes increasingly convinced of Han's innocence and finds himself in the unlikely position of fighting to save his life.

GENRE: Drama
MPAA RATING: R
RUN TIME: 117 minutes
RELEASE DATE: November 20, 2020
STARRING: Claes Bang , Guy Pearce , Vicky Krieps , Roland Møller , August Diehl
DIRECTOR(S): Dan Friedkin
PRODUCER(S): Danny Friedkin, Ryan Friedkin
WRITER(S): Mark Fergus, John Orloff
STUDIO: Sony Pictures Classics
OFFICIAL MOVIE WEBSITE: http://www.sonyclassics.com/thelast
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