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Interview (2003)

Not Rated | | Drama | 28 May 2003 (Netherlands)
Renowned journalist Pierre has to interview the most famous Dutch actress, Katja Schuurman, against his wishes.

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Ellen Ten Damme ...
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Michiel de Jong ...
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Tinoes Fenanlamrer ...
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A middle-aged journalist interviews the real-life Dutch star Katja Schuurman, in her own loft. Pierre, the journalist is annoyed at being given such a fluffy assignment, as he is normally a political correspondent. Initially he has no questions for Katja, but soon they are coaxing their darkest secrets out of each other. Written by Will Gilbert

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This movie is shot in five nights in Katja Schuurman's own apartment in Amsterdam. See more »

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Referenced in De slimste mens ter wereld: Episode #11.19 (2018) See more »

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See All Her Faces
Written by Jim Stratton and Alexander Ryan
Performed by Dusty Springfield
Mercury 5860092
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A revolting cliché
16 July 2003 | by See all my reviews

This films has Theo van Gogh written all over it. A big, fat and pretentious pile of crap. Katja Schuurman and Pierre Bokma are quite good but seem to lack any clue of where the script with its clichés is supposed to take them. The end is insultingly bad and gives the impression of a tight deadline. Despite seeing some of his other films and tv appearances, I gave Theo van Gogh the benefit of a doubt but he blew it completely. Some clever references, some great shots, and even an occasional joke aside, this film has left me completely untouched. OK, maybe left with a bit of rage for spending money to see it.


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