The head of a failing French family thinks that fate has smiled down on him when the daughter of a wealthy man agrees to be married to his son. The daughter and her aunt then travel out to ... See full summary »
After winning top awards in Montreux, Utrecht, and St. Petersburg for THE WAITING ROOM, followed by the Grand Prix at the Mediawave festival in Györ (Hungary) for THE GAS STATION, Jos ... See full summary »
Raymonde de Kuyper
Late 16th century, persecuted protestantism and general dissatisfaction with the Catholic Habsburg rule in the Netherlands lead to large-scale plundering and vandalizing of churches, only ... See full summary »
René van 't Hof
The gazer of THE WAITING ROOM is on the road this time!
Gene Bervoets, the amorous gazer in Jos Stelling's THE WAITING ROOM is back in THE GAS STATION - and he has the characterization spot on. This film opens out a bit from the earlier one and you're a lot less sure what just might happen next - but I don't think you'll be disappointed! Perhaps one of the most non-PC characters you'll see on celluloid (I'm not sure how much Political Correctness exists in Europe, though).
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