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Now Playing: Basquiat - Time to Develop
Starring: Jeffrey Wright, Willem Dafoe, Parker Posey, Gary Oldman

Even though his works may not be on display, Jean-Michel still manages to make a bold statement while working in the art gallary. In this scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright), Electrician (Willem Dafoe), Mary Boone (Parker Posey), Albert Milo (Gary Oldman)

Basquiat - Time to Develop

Basquiat - Time to Develop

Even though his works may not be on display, Jean-Michel still manages to make a bold statement while working in the art gallary. In this scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright), Electrician (Willem Dafoe), Mary Boone (Parker Posey), Albert Milo (Gary Oldman)

Basquiat - Sell Out

Basquiat - Sell Out

A deal with Bischofberger may have cost Jean-Michel his last friend. In this scene: Rene Ricard (Michael Wincott), Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright), Andy Warhol (David Bowie), Bruno Bischofberger (Dennis Hopper), Albert Milo (Gary Oldman), Mary Boone (Parker Posey)

Basquiat - What Have You Done?

Basquiat - What Have You Done?

Gina wakes up only to discover that Jean-Michel's taken the liberty of "redecorating" her place. In this scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright), Gina Cardinale (Claire Forlani)

Basquiat - I Will Make You a Star

Basquiat - I Will Make You a Star

When Rene Ricard spots a painting on the mantle at a party, he just has to meet the person who made it. In this scene: Rene Ricard (Michael Wincott), Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright)

Basquiat - Official Trailer (HD)

Basquiat - Official Trailer (HD)

In 1981, Jean-Michel Basquiat was a 19-year-old graffiti artist living on the streets. Eight years later, he was a world-renowned painter , and the tragic victim of his own addiction. This film chronicles his meteoric rise in New York's art world, his anguish over his family, and his hatred of a society that both courted and exploited him. Starring, in alphabetical order: Benicio Del Toro, Claire Forlani, David Bowie, Dennis Hopper, Jeffrey Wright, Michael Wincott, Parker Posey

Basquiat - Exploitation

Basquiat - Exploitation

When a reporter asks Jean-Michel to decipher his work for him, the interview quickly turns into an interrogation. In this scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright), Interviewer (Christopher Walken)

Basquiat - Rene5:11

Basquiat - Rene5:11

Down in Jean-Michel's basement space, Renetries to help Jean-Michel focus on what's really important. In this scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright), Rene Ricard (Michael Wincott)

Basquiat - John Henry and Andy Warhol

Basquiat - John Henry and Andy Warhol

John-Michel and Benny are talking about art and integrity when, lo and behold, Andy Warhol suddenly appears. In this scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright), Benny Dalmau (Benicio Del Toro), Andy Warhol (David Bowie), Bruno Bischofberger (Dennis Hopper)

Basquiat - You're Late

Basquiat - You're Late

Jean-Michel goes to pick up Benny, but his new fame has clearly taken a toll on their friendship. In this scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright), Benny Dalmau (Benicio Del Toro)

Basquiat - We'll Take the Green One

Basquiat - We'll Take the Green One

When Annina brings the Krugers to Jean-Michel's studio, it becomes clear to Gina that Jean Michel's changed, and it's not a good thing. In this scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright), Gina Cardinale (Claire Forlani)

Basquiat - Pancakes

Basquiat - Pancakes

In a diner, Jean-Michel meets the beautiful waitress Gina and turns food into art. In this scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright), Gina Cardinale (Claire Forlani), Benny Dalmau (Benicio Del Toro)

Basquiat - We Had Lunch Once

Basquiat - We Had Lunch Once

Renemakes good on his promise by packing Jean-Michel's gallery show with very important people. In this scene: Rene Ricard (Michael Wincott), Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright), Bruno Bischofberger (Dennis Hopper), Gina Cardinale (Claire Forlani)

Basquiat - He Cares About You

Basquiat - He Cares About You

In the wake of the article, Jean-Michel has dinner over Albert Milo's house, where Albert reassures him of his friendships, especially his one with Andy Warhol. In this scene: Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright), Albert Milo (Gary Oldman)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Where We Are

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Where We Are

Papinou calls Jean-Do and the two share an emotional conversation about their shared situation. In this scene: Jean-Dominique (Mathieu Amalric), Claude (Anne Consigny), Papinou (Max von Sydow)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Survivor

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Survivor

An acquaintance from Jean-Do's past comes to give a message of hope, but isntead leaves Jean-Do full of regret. In this scene: Pierre Roussin (Niels Arestrup), Jean-Dominique (Mathieu Amalric)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - A Familiar Face

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - A Familiar Face

When Celine comes to visit, she seems more concerned with Jean-Do's company than his condition. In this scene: Jean-Dominique (Mathieu Amalric), Celine (Emmanuelle Seigner), Le Docteur Lepage (Patrick Chesnais)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Official Trailer (HD)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Official Trailer (HD)

The true story of Elle editor Jean-Dominique Bauby who suffered a stroke in 1995 that rendered him mute and almost completely paralyzed , in this adaptation of Bauby's autobiography, which he dictated by blinking his left eye. Starring, in alphabetical order: Anne Consigny, Emmanuelle Seigner, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Marie-Josee Croze, Mathieu Amalric, Max von Sydow, Niels Arestrup, Patrick Chesnais

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - You Can Do Anything

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - You Can Do Anything

Bored of hospital dinners, Jean-Do escapes into his mind and out to Le Duc. In this scene: Jean-Dominique (Mathieu Amalric), Claude (Anne Consigny)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Reminisce

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Reminisce

While giving his father a shave, the two discuss Jean-Do's the women in their past, present, and books. In this scene: Papinou (Max von Sydow), Jean-Dominique (Mathieu Amalric)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - This Can't Be Life

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - This Can't Be Life

After weeks in a coma, Jean-Do awakens to a nightmarish new reality. In this scene: Jean-Dominique (Mathieu Amalric), Le Docteur Cocheton (Gerard Watkins)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Take A Chance

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Take A Chance

When the priest suggest that Jean-Do join him on a trip to the holy city of Lourdes, he reflects the last fruitless pilgrimage he took to that city. In this scene: Jean-Dominique (Mathieu Amalric), Ines (Agathe de la Fontaine), Pere Lucien et le Vendeur (Jean-Pierre Cassel)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Two Beauties

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Two Beauties

Jean-Do meets his attractive physiotherapists, and their committment to his case brings back memories of his former role at Elle. In this scene: Henriette Roi (Marie-Josee Croze), Jean-Dominique (Mathieu Amalric)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - This Isn't The End

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - This Isn't The End

Henriette thinks of an innovative, albeit tedious, way to secure Jean-Do's previously pending book deal. In this scene: Jean-Dominique (Mathieu Amalric), Henriette Roi (Marie-Josee Croze), Claude (Anne Consigny)