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|Directed by||Peter Greenaway|
|Produced by||Bruno Felix
|Written by||Peter Greenaway|
|Music by||Marco Robino
|Cinematography||Reinier van Brummelen|
|Edited by||Elmer Leupen|
|Running time||100 minutes|
Rembrandt's J'Accuse is a 2008 Dutch, German, Finnish documentary directed by Peter Greenaway about criticism of today's visual illiteracy argued by means of a forensic search of Rembrandt's painting The Night Watch. Greenaway explains the conspiracy about a murder and the motives of all its characters who have conspired to kill for their combined self-advantage. The film came out in 2008 a year after Peter Greenaway's Nightwatching a narrative film about Rembrandt featuring most of the same actors and sets.
- Goddard, Peter (2009-05-02). "Toronto Star: Rembrandt's J'Accuse a 'sinister piece of evidence'". Thestar.com. Retrieved 2012-01-24.
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