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A group of teenagers, unprepared for their final exams due to their indulgence in more pleasurable pursuits, barricade themselves in their school and challenge their despised and sadistic ... See full summary »
Robbe De Hert
Babette van Veen,
The second movie version, now in color, of Flemish (heimat-)author Ernest Claes' classical novel, titled after the nickname (Dutch 'the White', referring to a blond male) of the main ... See full summary »
Robbe De Hert
Mr. Buys, a well-meaning bachelor class-teacher, loves his job and practically lives for his mischievous pupils, but as he is often the butt of their endless but creative pranks and hoaxes,... See full summary »
Bart De Pauw
In this sequel to Blueberry Hill, the boys of the Catholic metal working-class, who are now all working, decide to take revenge on the hated former principal Verbiest, after the sanctimonious 'pillar of society' assaulted one of their girls. Since he is now a close collaborator of the Belgian minister of education, planning to launch his own political career by showing off a fund-raising telethon on Flemish TV, where one of the boys works as a technician, they decide to expose him on the air. Written by
Brylcream Boulevard is quite an interesting film, but it is really too light. Set in the 50's it tells the story of Robbie, and the nightlife of the teenagers in his town on a partying street known as 'Brylcream Boulevard'. It is kind of a Dutch 'American Graffiti'.
See it if you are interested in the period, otherwise leave this one alone.
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