A fascinating documentary about an unlikely relationship.
When two paintings by Czech artist Barbora Kysilkova are stolen from an Oslo art gallery, Norwegian authorities quickly identify and arrest the two thieves but find no trace of the paintings. Hoping to learn what happened, Barbora approaches one of the thieves, and asks if she can paint his portrait. What follows, over a series of portraits and many years, is an extraordinary story of human connection and friendship.
In English and Norwegian with English subtitles.
Running time: 2h07, including ads and trailers.
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