Dane DeHaan’s Jan is a character who has more space than the screen clock. In Tulip Fever, DeHaan presents his second disappointing romantic leadership in summer. Sophia and Jan are not for interesting lovers who are fascinating, believable or even uncertain. Of course, we know that they are shot, because in January Sophia’s face is practically emotional with heartbeats and the story tells our brains to fall on each other, but our hearts do not take notes at all. How many times do we give Dehaan to Hollywood in how many masculinity before giving him the next big thing Taylor Kitsch?
What does the tulip explosion find? The movie looks great.