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Leuven university student Tessa Vermeersch, a test person in a diabetes drug trial, goes missing. her father, procureur (D.A.) Anton ignores here whereabouts. The day before, as sadistic ... See full summary »

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Stan Van Samang ...
Steve Van Hamel
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Walter Sibelius (archive footage)
Catherine Kools ...
Milly Lacroix (as Cathérine Kools)
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Nick Bulens
Joke Devynck ...
Tine Peeters
Freek Pieters
Sam Peeters
Bram Van Outryve ...
Tessa's dorm mate
Anthony Schatteman
Abdelmalek Kadi ...
Father Boussedra
Charles Cornette
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Janine Bischops ...
Tessa's mother
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Erik Coppens (credit only)
Eline Kuppens ...
Tessa
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Leuven university student Tessa Vermeersch, a test person in a diabetes drug trial, goes missing. her father, procureur (D.A.) Anton ignores here whereabouts. The day before, as sadistic pledge-master with lover De Ridder, she ordered freshman Koen 'Ketchup' Cuyaerts' genitals exposed and smeared during a public hazing orgy. Since the Weemaes case, Steve and Nick's rapport is affected, but they make up. Koen saw Tessa being visited by the Moroccan father of her friend Dashia Boussedra, about keeping her rape secret, it's not the only one, and Tessa's abuse is hard to tackle. Especially given Tine's procedural clumsiness. But Steve cunningly finds an 'unofficial' angle to a family complication. Written by KGF Vissers

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12 April 2010 (Belgium)  »

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