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Van Gogh Alive, St. Petersburg

(1.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • It costs too much. Very bad and repetitive images along the way better to buy a cd.
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  • I wanted to see the "show" ... because I don't think it can be considered a "view" ... flattered especially from declaimed generation projection techniques but for my incompetence I failed to appreciate. I think could be considered a hexose deepening for those already familiar with Van Gogh as the price of the ticket, I think, is not commensurate with the spectacle. Finally, I purchased the DVD for sale in the hope of being able to review, perhaps in high definition, the works projected on the show and instead the content is a mere two alternating-shot cameras positioned respectively in the two areas where the show is projected. with viewers. so I advise against buying.
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  • High expectations for a virtual exhibition on the great Flemish painter who, from articles in newspapers and from the reviews read, had been a great success with audiences and critics in Italy's major cities. Landed in Rome for a few days, we decided to go and see her. Long line in front of the Palace exams, ticket to euro 15 and finally you enter to see what? Details of the works of the great painter projected dimly from giant screens, with loud music and without a single logical thread to follow. The much-vaunted multimedia and multi-modal resolved itself into a big disappointment and with the knowledge that you have tossed the ticket money!
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