Tulip Fever Trailer
In TULIP FEVER, Sophia an orphan girl (Alicia Vikander) is sent to be the spouse of widower Cornelis Sandvoort (Christoph Waltz). Their attempts to have a kid demonstrate vainly, however, Cornelis commissions a portrait of them, contracting craftsman Jan Van Loos (Dane DeHaan) to do it. Jan falls in love with Sophia, and they started loving each other. In the interim, Cornelis and Sophia’s servant, Maria (Holliday Grainger), is quietly observing the fishmonger, Willem (Jack O’Connell), who’s started investing in the ballooning tulip market keeping in mind the end goal to gain enough cash to wed Maria. At the point when Willem is dispatched off to the naval force and Maria turns up pregnant, Sophia concocts an arrangement. In any case, it includes Jan trying to transform Willem’s relinquished tulips into a heap of money.
There’s a certain audience for a period drama set in 17th Century Holland that explores the history of the country’s primary floral export and how it affected lives in Amsterdam during that time.
Obviously, this subject held enough interest for Deborah Moggach to write a book about it. Let’s face it. Writing a book about something costs almost nothing and if her book about tulips was released into total obscurity, no one would be any the wiser. Instead, it wound up on the reading list of producer Alison Owen, who decided to make it into a movie and almost eighteen years later… it’s going to remain in a far more expensive level of obscurity known as “The Weinstein Company dump.”
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