29 September 2012 10:31 AM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Last Thursday at the Dutch Film Festival in Utrecht, George Sluizer's "new" film Dark Blood premiered in front of a non-paying audience. The few Dutch reviews which are slowly appearing on the Internet are favorable, yet the question if there ever will be a commercial screening of this film is still unanswered. It sure took long enough to get even this screening arranged: all footage of Dark Blood was shot in 1993. The road from then to the world premiere has been very bumpy. Back in the early 90s, Dutch director George Sluizer was able to start several projects after the international success of his 1988 film Spoorloos (The Vanishing) and the 1992 Us remake of that film, which he also directed himself. In 1993 »

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