All the Vermeers in New York review at NYT in '92

Still have not seen this movie; was doing some web browsing re: Vermeer, found this New York Times review from '92, check it out here.

A little bit from the review, the basic plot of the movie:

"One afternoon, in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mark observes Anna as she observes his favorite Vermeer, a portrait of a pensive young woman gazing out from the canvas. Struck by Anna's resemblance to the woman in the picture, which is not all that pronounced, Mark begins to pursue her. He pays no attention to her lack of enthusiasm and rudeness. He sees in her something of the healing serenity he associates with Vermeer. She sees him as a convenience and borrows $3,000. "

Read the rest here.

- Sujewa

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