#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Made You Look is an American crime documentary about the largest art fraud in American history set in the super rich, super obsessed and super fast art world of New York.
Plot: A woman walks into a New York gallery with a cache of unknown masterworks. Thus begins a story of art world greed, willfulness and a high-stakes con.
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Anne Freedman should be in prison. But of course these types..
..never seem to be touched by justice. How obvious it was from the beginning to me that the minority and way less privileged would be imprisoned and the dealer that is making 800% profit roams free. Anne Freedman loved the attention and status she got from those paintings, and did everything to keep the illusion alive. That was were she became a criminal. A conniving one. It’s written all over her ugly face. All those pictures of here in those artsy circle jerk super ‘elite’ gatherings, prancing around in a fur coat are just nauseating.
So many unlikeable people in one documentary. I’d rather be with the homeless and unprivileged then spend a day with these utterly poisonous, backstabbing, conniving, disgusting animals. ESPECIALLY the likes of an Anne Freedman. And that disgusting Sotheby couple.
There are people rotting in prison for stealing something worth less than a thousand bucks. Or for dealing a bit of marihuana. Here we have a dealer of fake goods- knowingly- making millions of profit…and she roams free. No guilt, no remorse. This is not just the privilege of being rich, this is the result of a combination of privileges and the profit of being covered by your own ‘kind’.
Good documentary. Naaaaasty people.
Well-paced and interesting
I’m giving this documentary seven stars because it had a good story and kept me interested all the way through. Hearing art snobs talk, always looking for words that will make them seem intellectual, their peculiar mannerisms etc is quite amusing. There are some people that you warm to in this and there are others who are so shallow, unlikeable and cold, like there’s some basic humanity missing from them.
I agree that with most people you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but with some of this lot go with your gut instincts, folks. For all their wealth it just shows you that inner peace can not be bought. Eleanor De Sole for instance, who oozes self-importance, entitlement and snobbery, who actually cried at trial because she felt so hurt by Ann Freedman, someone she had met just the once lol, so not exactly best of mates were they. It was so obvious that Eleanor and her husband were more bothered about their wounded pride than anything else. I didn’t believe a word she said when she was trying to convince us that the tears were genuine. It was deceptive and conceited af. Remember, these are people haven’t got a scooby doo about art, they are utterly clueless, they buy artworks so that they can boast exclusivity…so they can stick it on their wall and show off to their mates at their posho dinner parties. Imagine having friends where you’re always trying to out-do each other; that’s not true friendship, that’s actually really sad and tragic.
Anyway sorry for the rant, but this is the level of vanity on display here, it’s in a league of its own. And it made me think about where our priorities are as a species. There are human beings who don’t have access to basic amenities like clean water and yet there are others who spend millions of dollars on drawings, some of which turn out to be fake.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min)
Genre Documentary, Crime
Director Barry Avrich
Writer Barry Avrich, Melissa Hood
Actors Ann Freedman, M.H. Miller, Perry Amsellem
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