With two young boys, I am quite a bit behind on my movies. My stunning new local library that we visit weekly has some killer old movies, and I have been staying up late doing some catch up. I watched this last night and was very moved, in many ways...his art, which I love; his tragic life which ended so early; the insane love that Jeanne Hebuterne had for him which caused her to end both her and her unborn child's life; his crazy relationship with Picasso; and the utter wildness of Paris in the 20's, which I love to read about. The movie was really very well done, Andy Garcia was brilliant. I researched and caught up on some details on Wikipedia from his life, so interesting. They had a daughter that survived, Jeann. I would love to get a copy of the book that she wrote on her father," Modigliani: Man or Myth". Originally published in 1959, it is now out of print, and goes for $125 and up. On my christmas wish list? Perhaps with the new Tony Duquette book ( I am crazy about books, and have FAR too many of them in my mini museum that I call my house).