Paradise Found is a 2003 true to life film taking into account the life of Post-Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin. Featuring Kiefer Sutherland as the title character, close by Nastassja Kinski and Alun Armstrong.
Kiefer’s dad, Donald Sutherland, additionally plays Paul Gauguin in the 1986 film The Wolf at the Door. The quest for Paradise has never been simple, and the test of reproducing a universe of popular craftsmen is an overwhelming one. Paradise is never found here by executive Mario Andreacchio, who fights in a daunting task with John Goldsmith’s script and a structure that thoroughly separates us as it bounces from the present to the past and years in the middle. Include the cross fertilization of accents and dialect that simply doesn’t sit soundly in the nineteenth century (‘You’re a fuckin’ virtuoso,’ says Chris Hayward’s Arnaud), and we are completely removed from occasions and the characters.