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It's a strange story, that I think that if it was made in America everybody would have excepted, but now it didn't, the acting is quite good, especially Renée Soutendijk, Urbanus is playing good, but not as good as in his other Urbanus films. Peter Van de Begin plays also very well, he always has been and still is a great Belgian actor. Hilde van Mieghem plays good.
The directing is good, sometimes too long scenes, but it isn't that bad. The cinematography is very, very good, Willy Stassen proves himself to be a pro. I think that longer work on the scenario would have made it a better film. The film get's a 6, because of the good cinematography.
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