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The Picasso Summer (The Picasso Suite)

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The Picasso Summer

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The Picasso Summer (1969) - IMDb

Around the time of Ray Bradbury’s death this year, I read that, in spite of being known as a science fiction writer, he technically considered most of his work to be fantasy. His short story “The Picasso Summer” happens to be neither (at least according to my definitions).

It’s great to finally find someone besides me that is charmed by this film. Sometimes, if a movie however imperfect can set a tone or capture a mood, I’m hooked, and The Picasso Summer has long been one of these ever since I saw it when it aired on the A&E Network…back when A&E really was about Arts and Entertainment.

The Picasso Summer (1969) - Rotten Tomatoes

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The Picasso Summer (The Picasso Suite)

It’s great to finally find someone besides me that is charmed by this film. Sometimes, if a movie however imperfect can set a tone or capture a mood, I’m hooked, and The Picasso Summer has long been one of these ever since I saw it when it aired on the A&E Network…back when A&E really was about Arts and Entertainment.

Richard – It sounds like you really should write your own book about the making of the movie so journalists like myself could easily access the information you generously shared. We’re not mind readers! We can only use the resources we have at our disposal so naturally there’s no possible way I could have known all the details you just offered up. But thanks so much for taking the time to make the information available. I hope readers will appreciate your contribution as much I do. It sounds like it was an even more complicated production than I had imagined but I’m very glad the film got finished because I think it’s really lovely. I tend to write about underseen & underappreciated films in the hope that more people will seek them out and THE PICASSO SUMMER definitely deserves a bigger audience.