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Summary Derek Jarman's 1986 film reveals the seventeenth-century painter's complex life?his brilliant, nearly blasphemous paintings and flirtations with the underworld?while also delving into Jarman's major concerns: violence, history, homosexuality, and the relationship between film and painting. (Two Boots Pioneer Theater)

Caravaggio
Metascore Mixed or Average Based on 5 Critic Reviews
55
User Score Generally Favorable Based on 5 User Ratings
7.0
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Summary Derek Jarman's 1986 film reveals the seventeenth-century painter's complex life?his brilliant, nearly blasphemous paintings and flirtations with the underworld?while also delving into Jarman's major concerns: violence, history, homosexuality, and the relationship between film and painting. (Two Boots Pioneer Theater)

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Metascore
Mixed or Average Based on 5 Critic Reviews
55
60% Positive
3 Reviews
20% Mixed
1 Review
20% Negative
1 Review

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Metascore
Mixed or Average Based on 5 Critic Reviews
55
60% Positive
3 Reviews
20% Mixed
1 Review
20% Negative
1 Review

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User Score
Generally Favorable Based on 5 User Ratings
7.0
60% Positive
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40% Mixed
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User Score
Generally Favorable Based on 5 User Ratings
7.0
60% Positive
3 Ratings
40% Mixed
2 Ratings
0% Negative
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Production Company British Film Institute (BFI), Channel Four Television
Release Date Aug 7, 2002
Duration 1 h 33 m
Berlin International Film Festival
• 2 Wins & 4 Nominations
Istanbul Film Festival
• 1 Win & 2 Nominations