Holysloot is a village with a long village street. Who wouldn't be glad to go to Holysloot, a narrator wonders. "But it's a long journey", he adds. A blind man puts on his dark glasses, and starts walking. His destination is Holysloot. But just as the narrator expected, it isn't an easy journey. One minute the blind man is crossing the icy Dutch landscape, the next minute he passes some geysers. One minute he is crossing an empty beach, only to be surrounded by surprised looking Africans in the next minute. To reach Holysloot apparently requires a world journey. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Did You Know?
The protagonist of the movie twice passes a directions sign mentioning Moerkerke. The director's name is Emile van Moerkerken
. He also passes the German Odenwaldschule. Van Moerkerken attended this school in 1932. See more
Holysloot, beginning of the village street.
References L'Age d'Or