The movie stars you see on the screen have once been selected amongst others. The glamor of the premiere is preceded by mug shots, selections, interviews, wining, dining, backstabbing and sex. In the end, everyone gets what they deserve.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Dirk Zeelenberg ...
Lars Schumann jr II
Nadja Hüpscher ...
Noor
Femke Lakerveld ...
Sofie
Alette Dirkse ...
Julia
Najib Amhali ...
Mo
Ivor Kortenbach ...
André
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Bob Kop
Eugénie Schellen ...
Iris de Koning
Lucretia van der Vloot ...
Mina
Matthijs van Heijningen ...
Producent
Dieuwertje Blok ...
Journaliste
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Agente
Dennis Smitter ...
Agent
Joe Hennes ...
Therapeut
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Boris Schumann
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The book "Op Kousevoeten" is being turned into a movie. The director has to select a lead character that can play the role of a disturbed Jewish girl. Three actresses are selected to be auditioned. They all would like to get the part, but what do they have to do to get it? Is it worth it? Written by Philip Lafeber

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Everyone gets what they deserve behind the scenes of the movie world

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Written by Rob Loeffen
Performed by Silkscreen
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The truth about dutch film-directors?
16 June 1999 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Nadja Hüpscher (Noor) is one of the actresses that wants to play a part in a movie. Her wonderful way of acting an inexperienced, clumsy actress is one of the best I've seen so far in a dutch movie. Watch out for this girl. The movie tells a story about a sexually frustrated filmmaker who is more interested in getting the actresses undressed than to give them a part in his movie. The biggest joke of this comedy is that all of the actresses that play in it, finally get undressed in the movie itself. As if the director of this movie plays himself.


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