Deutsch had the chance to give life to Hopper's paintings, but, unfortunately, the only difference between the paintings and the film is the voice over. I could hear how alienated and disappointed the protagonist feels, but due to the lack of emotion I simply could not see it (or feel it myself for that matter).
FNC '13 Extraordinary achievement from director Gustav Deutsch that recreates thirteen paintings by Edward Hopper and creates a story that follows an actress, of the living theatre, across the tumultuous period in American history from 1929 through 1963. Stephanie Cumming is just amazing in conveying the changes in the character in a series of vignettes that become more and more fascinating. One of the year's best.