Almost all first Love Stories are tragic, but this one is beautiful, too.
A befitting tale of three persons with intertwined emotions of love, friendship, desolation, all in equal proportions. Van Gogh’s omnipresence across the landscape makes this more of a time transcending painting, rather than just a literary masterpiece. In pursuit of myriad unrequited shades of spring colours, it’s an amorous story that takes you on a journey of redemption and love, devoid of any conventional boundaries. As the curtains come down on this epic human drama, all that you would be left with is how relationships can be equally complicated and liberating, how art can transpire defiance and finally, how grief has the power to make love stories timeless!