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Urbanus' other movies (Coco Flanel and Hector) surely were pretty much fun to watch. Especially if you consider them 'just' Belgian -low budget- movies. But this one's really embarrassing. Urbanus plays a loser, about to commit suicide. Renee Soutendijck is really *REALLY* ugly in this movie. You'd really expect better from her, so this makes things also a little more irritating. The story-line, well, I wonder if things could be anymore predictable.
Don't ever rent it, you'll feel ripped off. Don't ever watch it when they play it on TV, you'll feel ripped off (someone stole your time).
Just don't... whatsoever... just forget about it. I think that's the best for everyone, especially for Urbanus and Renee Soutendijck.
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