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Film Movement picks up The Deflowering Of Eva Van End

The Deflowering of Eva Van End (De Ontmaagding Van Eva Van End) dark comedy from helmer Michiel ten Horn, has landed at Film Movement for U.S. distribution. Variety reports that the film which marks the debut feature of the Dutch helmer. made its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September and will open in New York in the second quarter of 2013. Scripted by Anne Barnjoorn, the film stars Jacqueline Blom, Freerk Bos and Frans de Wit. Story follows a dysfunctional family that's thrown into disarray when an exchange student moves in for two weeks.
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Film Movement picks up The Deflowering Of Eva Van End

The Deflowering of Eva Van End (De Ontmaagding Van Eva Van End) dark comedy from helmer Michiel ten Horn, has landed at Film Movement for U.S. distribution. Variety reports that the film which marks the debut feature of the Dutch helmer. made its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September and will open in New York in the second quarter of 2013. Scripted by Anne Barnjoorn, the film stars Jacqueline Blom, Freerk Bos and Frans de Wit. Story follows a dysfunctional family that's thrown into disarray when an exchange student moves in for two weeks.
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The Deflowering Of Eva Van End (2012) Movie Trailer

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The Deflowering of Eva van End Trailer. Michiel ten Horn‘s The Deflowering of Eva van End (2012) movie trailer stars Vivian Dierickx, Abe Dijkman, Tomer Pawlicki, Jacqueline Blom, and Rafael Gareisen. The Deflowering of Eva van End‘s plot synopsis: “The middle-class household of the van End family gives all appearances of being, as they say, “perfect” [...]

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Final Tiff 2012 Line-Up Includes New Films From Haneke, Kiarostami, Bertolucci, Assayas, Mungiu & More

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After a string of announcements, it looks like the Toronto International Film Festival have locked down their line-up and it’s looking like a fantastic slate. Much of the additions today come in the form of previous Cannes premieres, including Michael Haneke‘s Amour (review), Cristian Mungiu‘s Beyond the Hills (review), Abbas Kiarostami‘s Like Someone in Love (review), Bernardo Bertolucci‘s Me and You (review), Hong Sang-soo‘s In Another Country and the Venice premiere Olivier Assayas‘ Something in the Air. Most notably missing is Leos Carax‘s Holy Motors, but we do get a new Michael Winterbottom film titled Everyday. Out of the Discovery section, the biggest film seems to be The Brass Teapot, and indie drama starring Juno Temple and Michael Angarano and one can check out all the additions below.

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Amour Michael Haneke, Austria/France/Germany North American Premiere Screen legends Jean-Louis Trintignant and
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