Victori: The Truth Just Can't Be One Thing

About the Film

25 year old risk management analyst Ed Victori leaves his job in finance to start managing the art career of his father, Victor Victori. A career portrait painter who has made his living in American malls, Korean born Victor is determined to share 'Multiplism,' a form of post-modern art he claims is wholly original. As Ed begins to prep his father's work for exposition he discovers that the insular culture of family is separate from the exclusive culture of the art world.

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"Exploring the fine line between kitsch and genius, Melamedoff’s dead pan
 doc outmocks some of the best of Christopher Guest. " -- Boston Globe

"...skewed and amusing...." -- Video Tapeworm

"4 Stars. This is a must for all art lovers." -- TheExaminer.com