Michael, 25 years old, has been released from prison after a five year sentence. He moves into a big apartment block, filled with young women who gladly have sex with him.

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Hugo Metsers ...
Michael
Helmert Woudenberg ...
Eddie
Bruni Heinke ...
Girl at prison
Ine Veen ...
Julia
Ursula Blauth ...
Marianne
Kees Brusse ...
Bernard
Bill van Dijk ...
Newman
Carry Tefsen ...
Elly
Wim de Meijer ...
Arthur (as Wim de Meyer)
Marijke Boonstra ...
Raouma
Johan te Slaa ...
Shop owner
Etha Coster ...
Girl in the shop
Monique Smal ...
Anna
Kaja Knies ...
Julia's child
Mimi Kok ...
Housewife
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Michael, 25 years old, has been released from prison after a five year sentence. He moves into a big apartment block, filled with young women who gladly have sex with him. Written by Mattias Thuresson

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30 September 1971 (Netherlands)  »

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Das Porno-Haus von Amsterdam  »

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NLG 350,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

Shown for the first time on Dutch television on 28 July 2004, four days after the death of director Wim Verstappen. See more »

Goofs

Shadow of boom mike on wall when Michael goes back to talk to Elly after being interrupted by Eddie. See more »

Crazy Credits

All credits are in English instead of Dutch. See more »

Connections

Referenced in De slimste mens ter wereld: Episode #9.29 (2017) See more »

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Slow and awful by today's standards
15 March 2009 | by (Arnhem, Holland) – See all my reviews

This was a huge success in 1971 in Holland. It was Dutch, had sex in it and was more or less rebellious. Many people saw the movie, even though not everyone admitted to have actually watched it! It was the era the Dutch got loose from their religion. They started to be more open minded. In this respect this movie should not be underestimated. It is a monumental step in Dutch history.

But now we are almost 40 years later. Seeing the movie again is an ordeal. It turns out to be a very weak film indeed. The soft core sex scenes are awful at best. The acting is terrible. The story line is ridiculous. And the movie is ssslllooowww...

Still part of the atmosphere around 1970 is captured very well. The location (the Bijlmer area in the South of Amsterdam, now slums mainly, then brand new) is well chosen. But I am afraid that is the only positive remark I can make about this disaster on celluloid.

You want to watch a comparable movie with more or less the same theme, but well acted and with a good story? Try Turks Fruit.


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