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PG-13| 1 hr. 14 min.

Plot Summary
Teri Horton, a former truck driver, buys a painting at a thrift shop for $5. Learning that the piece may have been painted by Jackson Pollock and may be worth about $50 million, she tries to have it authenticated. When some experts declare the painting worthless, she enlists the aid of a forensic scientist and others to establish its credentials.

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Director: Harry Moses

Genres: Documentary

Who the #$&% is Jackson Pollock? (2006)

Release Date: November 15th, 2006|1 hr. 14 min.

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  • Though the film does have the modest, human-interest feel of a "60 Minutes" segment, it grows stronger as it goes along. show more

  • Fascinatingly ambiguous tale and bizarre cast of characters make it one of the more entertaining documentaries in recent memory. show more

  • The movie is an entertaining stroll through a colorful gallery of characters including, in villain mode, former Metropolitan Museum of Art director Thomas Hoving. "She knows nothing. I am an expert," huffs Hoving, who is so nasty he might as well be wearing a monocle - making Horton that much more fun to root for. show more

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