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Piet De Praitere,
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"Terug naar Oosterdonk" tells the story of the destruction of a small village (Oosterdonk) in the Antwerp Polders because the city needed the space to have a bigger port and industrial area. This event really took place in the 70's. But the village of OOSTERDONK didn't exist. There were actually 3 villages (Oorderen, Lillo and Wilmersdonk). Two of them had vanished complete and Lillo now has 10 inhabitants but is a very nice place to go for a walk because it's located in a little green oasis at the boards of the Schelde. (it is possible that there also was a 4th village (Oosterdonk), but I'm not 100% sure of that) And history repeats itself because the Port of Antwerp wants to grow again and the chances are big that another town (Doel) has to vanish.
Nevertheless "Terug naar Oosterdonk" is very good television with a lot of emotions and even humor. With a lot of good actors.
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