Corinna witnesses how three guys chase and shoot a man in front of her lonesome house. As only witness, they force her to come with them and care for the guy's wound. But she manages to ... See full summary »
A dutch tv series that is about an exiled knigth and his Indian friend. Together they try to get his birth right papers back from an evil lord. During their quest they get help from a noble man who offers them a place in his castle.
An idealistic Dutch colonial officer posted to Indonesia in the 19th century is cohvinced that he can make the kinds of changes that will actually help the local people he is in charge of, ... See full summary »
This movie features a character who is a descendant of the character played by Steve McQueen in the television series of the same name. And like McQueen's Josh Randall, Hauer's Nick Randall... See full summary »
Before viewing this movie, I had only heard stories of the legend Rutger Hauer. I never had the chance to see the man in action, that is until I picked up a copy of Pusteblume on VHS for $2.99. (Best $2.99 i've spent in quite some time.) Rutger Hauer takes to the screen and puts on a great performance that I will always remember. In one scene, for no reason, Rick (Rutger) decides to do a handstand on his bead, (yes you are reading this correctly) it's then when he is in full stance on his head that the phone rings. Any other non-gymnastic talented person would get out of headstand stance and answer the phone. Not Rutger! Rutger answers the phone while standing on his head, has a two line conversation, and instead of hanging up the phone like you and me, Rutger throws it across the room. After watching this film, I am now on the hunt to find other Rutger classics!
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