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Séraphine is a 2008 French-Belgian film directed by Martin Provost and written by Marc Abdelnour and Provost. It stars Yolande Moreau as the French painter Séraphine Louis and Ulrich Tukur as Wilhelm Uhde. It won the 2009 César Award for Best Film. This is the story of a middle-aged housekeeper who has a gift unknown by anyone around her; the gift of painting. Untaught and following what she regards as religious inspiration she finds great appreciation in the beauty found in Nature, specially her daily walks to work where she proudly and humbly stops to gaze at trees. In the beginning it is noted that she stops to collect soil from plants as well as a bit of the remaining blood from a dead pig. Later, in her small home lit by candles she is seen using these same ingredients while creating her art. At one point when her art begins to be seen, she is asked behind the effect in the "rouge" (Red) in her artwork, she goes on to say it is her most well kept secret. Uhde,a noted art critic,...
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