An anonymous painting from the Fontainebleau School hangs in the Louvre. The mysterious pose whereby two young women sit in a bath, one holding the nipple of the other between finger and thumb, has baffled all the experts.
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The real-life story of Dublin folk hero and criminal Martin Cahill, who pulled off two daring robberies in Ireland with his team, but attracted unwanted attention from the police, the I.R.A., the U.V.F., and members of his own team.
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Can anyone tell me why the episode with Ron Perlman in this movie was cut? And is the cut portion available to buy? I am a big Ron Perlman fan and bought the movie just to see him. So you can see why I'm a little disappointed. I've tried contacting his fan club site with no avail. Is it possible to contact the production company, I wonder? I cannot imagine why they list this movie as a credit for Ron but he is not in it. I bought the DVD and the tape, hoping that they DVD was have it for obvious reasons. I did love the movie as a whole though. I loved how the paintings seemed to come alive. And the violinists was so amazing, so gorgeous. The music was really heartwarming and wonderful.
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