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Picasso: Chapter Four 

As older Picasso juggles two love affairs, Young Pablo strives to create a masterpiece that will signal his arrival as a great artist.


Kevin Hooks


Kenneth Biller (created by) (as Ken Biller), Raf Green | 1 more credit »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Antonio Banderas ... Pablo Picasso
Clémence Poésy ... Françoise Gilot
Alex Rich ... Young Pablo Picasso
Samantha Colley ... Dora Maar
T.R. Knight ... Max Jacob
Aisling Franciosi ... Fernande Olivier
Seth Gabel ... Guillaume Apollinaire
Simon Buret Simon Buret ... Jean Cocteau
Adrian Schiller ... Jaime Sabartés
Horst-Günter Marx ... Hans-Henning von Bose
Keith Allen ... Sagot
Charlotte Weston Charlotte Weston ... Angelika Kostrowicka
Stéphane Caillard ... Geneviève Aliquot
Bruno Paviot ... Marcel
Edward Akrout ... Laurent Debienne


As older Picasso juggles two love affairs, Young Pablo strives to create a masterpiece that will signal his arrival as a great artist.

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Release Date:

8 May 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Budapest, Hungary

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Series improving each episode
9 May 2018 | by dmill030See all my reviews

This series is fulfilling its promise after a weak first episode. Picasso's shifting from older to younger self within one hour works fairly well, as do the dynamics of his relationships with women, especially his difficult affairs with Fernande, Dora, and the others. Fernande's remaining with her oppressor (before being "rescued" via opium by Picasso) is believable given human nature and her own strained circumstances. Apollinaire is well-played, as is Max Jacob. Believable if not too honorable is Picasso's reluctance to sign a petition calling for Jacob's release from the Nazis: Picasso didn't want to (further) endanger his position as a great artist by Nazi persecution himself. It was a cowardice, but one not so easy to judge given circumstances. I await further episodes with interest.

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