Netherlands, 1938. In a small town in the province of North Brabant called Oss, Johanna wants to change her life and quit the criminal gangs of the town. The harder she tries, the more she is involved.
André van Duren
Rundfunk is an absurd, horrendously funny and shamelessly politically incorrect high school comedy about two best friends, Tim and Erik, who spend their time trying to do as little as possible during their final year at high school.
Yannick van de Velde,
Tom van Kalmthout,
Upon returning to work after an absence Sabine (Thekla Reuten) must deal with new emotional obstacles and matters from her past. Unlocking these doors exposes her to truths she may not be ... See full summary »
Marie-Mae van Zuilen
Skirt-day, that first beautiful day in spring when women altogether decide to wear a lovely skirt to enjoy the weather. Spring is in the air. The characters are attending a cooking course for singles. It's all about cooking and flirting.
Roosmarijn van der Hoek,
Story about 4 guys getting into trouble after one of them gets framed in a failed drug deal. Playful film and vibrant acting of a young crew. Story is a bit silly, but the film is in fact all about small jokes and speed of action. Camera work is excellent, a lot off seasoned actors have small parts. A pity the central theme is drugs, an aspect of Amsterdam that should not be promoted too much. Fortunately, not too much shooting and useless nakedness. Charlie Chan Dagelet is too be watched in the future. Not an Oscar winner perhaps, but good for a night out. Including a cameo appearance of me myself & I halfway, and some great views of Amsterdam.
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