These people are all looky-loos. And in the basement, they have espresso. You should open a window. So where do you get your ideas? Margaret sues both Walter and the newspapers that printed his version of the story for. I mean, he likes to tell stories. I have not told anyone.
Yes, where are all of your preliminary sketches? Haven't I seen that one before? Art should elevate, not pander. I tried to make a clean break, but couldn't cut it. I've kept my end of the bargain. Well, you did a really good job. Those eyes that forever will retain their haunting quality.
My God, Walter, how much more money do you need? I was looking at your walls. Though I thought that was excessive, since there's only three of us here. I have a daughter to support. Margaret, however, is upset about Walter taking credit for her art, and feels guilty about lying to Jane about who is the real artist. Go get yourself a Fudgsicle.
Yes, as stated in the movie, Walter Keane had been a real estate salesman, handling properties in Berkeley, California. In September 2010, it was announced that had also become involved as producer for the film. Margaret then meets Walter Keane Christoph Waltz at an outdoor art fair, and he flatters her, gives her pep talks, and, before she even knows what is happening, they are going on a date, then another date, and then getting married. He did so much that we actually had to pull back a bit. You move me all the way to Hawaii, and then when I actually make some friends, and all you do is complain about them.
However, no one realizes that his wife, Margaret Amy Adams , is the real painter behind the brush. Come on, put it up there. In the 1960s, Margaret Ulbrich separates from her husband and starts a new life in San Francisco, raising her daughter. Come on, what do you say? I felt forced into it. I don't want you sleeping here any longer.
Walter's filled a lot of things. Well, it's not going up here. Walter said his shoulder hurt and couldn't paint, while Margaret painted her signature big-eyed waif in just under an hour. I've never even been on an airplane. I know, that's why I brought it up. And then a famous journalist showed up, and.
You enjoy people laughing at me? The Keanes, it seemed, had been living a lie that had grown to gigantic proportions. But I can't sue you, can I? I didn't want you to know. I was a daughter, and then a wife, and then a mother. As in the movie, not even her daughter or their staff were allowed in. Looks like you've painted yourself into a corner. I'm just grabbing my stuff. You shouldn't sell yourself so cheap.
Walter goes to a popular jazz club and tries to convince the club's owner, , to purchase the couple's paintings. I'm concerned about my old pal, Walter Keane. In the time you moved here, I've had two dates and you're already married. On , the film holds a rating of 72%, based on 184 reviews, with an average rating of 6. Every single one of them. That's the painter that painted all your early work.
It's a completely different style. All she had was her paintings in the trunk, and her daughter in the backseat. Jane and I used to be really close, and now. I'm wearing my blue dress. Only nine times in the last 80 years of Academy Awards history have Oscars for lead performances gone to actors who had the only nominations from their films.
Why would you do that? With his patronage comes credibility, and with credibility comes respect. All I ever wanted was to support myself as an artist. You know, classy, Tomorrow's Masters. Keane, you seem to be a lucid, reasonably intelligent woman. Keane as the painter of the so-called big-eye children.