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Everything Must Go (1996)
"Alles moet weg" (original title)

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Tony is a homosexual law student who quits his studies. With a van and a handful of cash, he hits the road hoping to become a salesman. This, however, turns out to be harder than he expected.

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Credited cast:
Stany Crets ...
Tony Hanssen
Peter Van den Begin ...
Andreeke
Bart De Pauw ...
Soo De Paepe
Jaak Van Assche ...
Verbiest
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Camilia Blereau ...
Madame Verbiest
Toon Brouwers ...
Professor
Jorgen Cassiers ...
Bruidegom
Luk D'Heu ...
Verhuizer
Axel Daeseleire ...
Rijkswachter
Marie-Rose Dingenen ...
Volksvrouw
Nathalie-Jane Krits ...
Rita
Dirk Lavryssen ...
Garagist
Natasja Morren ...
Bruid
Steven Segers ...
Bankloper 2
Alice Toen ...
Elza De Moor
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Tony is a homosexual law student who quits his studies. With a van and a handful of cash, he hits the road hoping to become a salesman. This, however, turns out to be harder than he expected.

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Bathtub scene
9 July 2000 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

The book is always better than the film does not apply here.

When I read the book I thought it would be a hell of a job to make a decent picture out of it. Well, they did. Enjoyed the acting. The bathtub scene is unforgettable. The entire theater was laughing out loud. Not the best script, but the actors steal the show. Worth renting on a lazy rainy afternoon. Now, if you have a video in your bathroom, this is the best location to watch it. Have fun.


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