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Not Yet Rated| 1 hr. 30 min.

Plot Summary
In 1990 two people dressed as police officers steal 13 pieces from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. The job is one of the most successful art thefts in history, and none of the loot has been recovered. Among the 13 priceless works stolen is Vermeer's "The Concert," one of only 35 of the master's surviving works.

Cast: Blythe Danner , Campbell Scott ,

Director: Rebecca Dreyfus

Genres: Documentary

Stolen (2005)

Release Date: April 21st, 2006|1 hr. 30 min.

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  • Provides a treasure trove of outrageous characters, rampant speculation, personal obsessions and a glimpse into the rarefied world of art collecting. Instead of spinning off in so many directions, the film actually pulls together into an engrossing meditation on the value of art in our lives. show more

  • The Poe-like atmosphere in Stolen is such a chilling success that when Mashberg says that Gardner would have cracked this case herself, it's impossible to imagine that she isn't out looking for those paintings right now. show more

  • It's easy to understand why so many people have been obsessed with this story for so long. When the paintings are finally found, the story will make a great Hollywood movie. show more

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