In the movie, Nobody, Hutch burns the Russian mafia hideout and takes one painting with him. He carries the painting through several dangerous situations and gunfights, which seems risky. When Hutch is arrested by police, while he is feeding a cat, we can see the painting is still with him, covered in splattered blood. It is obviously important to him.

Why did he take it and what does he plan to do with it?

  • How is what he does with it important as a plot point or in better understanding the plot? – CGCampbell Apr 2 at 15:27
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    @CGCampbell, I haven't seen the film, but the point in asking Q's like this, is to see if there is answer that is relevant to better understand plot. It seems legit to me, if a character takes something they deem important, that the audience would ask what was done with said object. How that fits into the film or what it says about the character, would make some objects important. Too many times I see people trying to demote questions, deeming them trivia, before anyone has a chance to even see if the Q has answer! – Darth Locke Apr 2 at 15:34
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    @DarthLocke Thank you for that. In actuality, that is exactly why I asked the question. As it stands, this question has every likelihood as to be closed for those same reasons. I was attempting to get the OP to add a reason(s) to enable us to better understand why we should care. – CGCampbell Apr 2 at 15:50
  • @CGCampbell But then the OP would already have an answer. Not everyone who asks a Q knows the answer to their Q ahead of time! As it turns out there is a reasonable answer that relates to the plot after all. I just think that *sometimes, when one contest a Q in such a way, it comes off as an attack, because clearly someone is looking for answer. Most are not trying to pull a fast one to score points. It might of been better to instead to of asked for more context about the Q, than assume the Q is trivia, simply because one felt it lacked better understanding. – Darth Locke Apr 3 at 13:14
  • Sigh. You and I are talking past each other. I know how many questions here get closed as trivia and I was trying to help the OP avoid that fate. Getting him to put a reason we might want to know what happened to the painting might help those who consider it trivia to not close it. You know what, fine, chastise me all you want. I probably should have been more eloquent in my original comment. – CGCampbell Apr 5 at 11:48

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My assumption would be that he took the famous painting Vincent van Gogh's "the bedroom" from the Russian mafia and it was something he could take away after losing all his money, his business, and his gold. This would give him enough money to live off the grid.

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    awesome, thank you for identifying this picture. Now it makes sense. – Yu Zhang Apr 3 at 4:21

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