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14 March 2013 (Netherlands) See more »
Three loners from Sitges, Berlin and Amsterdam try to blend together in Brussels, city of unification. L'amour c'est bizarre. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Mark Waschke ... Eduard

Verónica Echegui ... Edurne

Teun Luijkx ... Richard

Rafael Cebrián ... Julio

Rossy de Palma ... Mother

Howard Charles ... Albert
Pamela Knaack ... Gertrude

Julian Looman ... Gunther
Michel Nabokoff ... Civil Servant

Directed by
Norbert ter Hall 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Norbert ter Hall  writer
Oscar van den Boogaard  book

Produced by
Peter Bouckaert .... co-producer
Petra Goedings .... producer
Titus Kreyenberg .... co-producer
Jose Van Doorn .... line producer
Original Music by
Jasper Boeke (original music by)
Cinematography by
Richard Van Oosterhout 
Film Editing by
Isabel Meier 
Casting by
Marc van Bree 
Production Design by
Pepijn Van Looy 
Art Direction by
Momo Ayada (art direction)
Costume Design by
Nathalie Leborgne 
Makeup Department
Erik Hillenbrink .... tattoo transfers
Hennesien van Walderveen .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Marijn de Vries .... production supervisor
Gitte Nuyens .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Caroline De Maeyer .... second assistant director
Laurence Rexter-Baker .... first assistant director
Art Department
Peter De Keyser .... assistant art director
John Lambrechts .... on-set picture vehicles
Jacques Van Loock .... property master
Floris Van Looy .... set dresser
Sound Department
Corinna Fleig .... sound editor
Tobias Fleig .... sound re-recording mixer
Tobias Fleig .... supervising sound editor
Paul Maernoudt .... sound
Roger Orcau .... boom operator
Peter Rösner .... sound mixer
Wilmont Schulze .... foley artist
Björn Wiese .... adr editor
Björn Wiese .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
Jean-Christophe Bourgeois .... special effects technician
Camera and Electrical Department
Manu Alberts .... steadicam operator
Gert-Jan Coorevits .... electrician
Nyk Dekeyser .... still photographer
Benoît Delfosse .... additional electrician
Richard Desmarlieres .... grip
Chris Hacken .... gaffer
Amandine Mahieu .... second assistant camera
Guenael Pinson .... grip
Sander Raemdonck .... best boy
Olivier Servais .... first assistant camera
Benjamin Speyer .... key grip
Antonin Suppes .... additional electrician
Casting Department
Brigitte De Witte .... extras casting: Belgium
Patrick Hella .... casting: Belgium
Joyce Nettles .... casting: uk
Editorial Department
Dirk Meier .... colorist
Ruth Schönegge .... assistant editor
Hervé Vander Heyden .... telecine dailies colorist
Music Department
Anneke van Giersbergen .... theme song: sung by
Other crew
Lars Bauwens .... making-of
Ingo Deckers .... assistant to location manager
Roland Wigman .... legal counsel

Production CompaniesDistributors
  • Cinéart (2013) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Film1 (2014) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • Twin Pics (2013) (Netherlands) (DVD)
Other Companies

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88 min
Aspect Ratio:
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6 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Atoms, 9 March 2013
Author: Diand from Amsterdam

I stumbled upon this during a sneak preview and I must unfortunately admit it is probably one of the worst movies I've ever seen. It has a terrible screenplay, most actions and characters in the story are utterly unbelievable. It is so badly edited that the pacing is wrong in almost every scene. Camera-work is amateurish (Dutch cameramen usually ARE reliable in this regard) and the unexperienced director has no clue about making the story work for the screen. Most acting here is so laughable that the audience laughed at scenes that should be heartbreaking. The only acceptable performance comes from Rossy de Palma, known from several Almodóvar movies.

The story is about several European civil servants meeting at the EU-center Brussels and starting and finishing relations. It is somewhat in the realm of Bertolucci's The Dreamers: Young people experimenting with their lives, sexuality and ending back in reality again. At first sight it seems like some sponsored EU propaganda, showing how great it is to meet all kinds of different Europeans. Many scenes are filmed in Brussels and Strassbourg, the EU color blue is prominently used (even the plaster is blue). However as the movie progresses more criticism arises: unnecessary locations to Strasbourg, nobody actually works in the movie (the only work scenes are afternoon drinks). Add to this that you can see the characters not only as standing for themselves but also for their respective nations, the whole pointlessness of European integration comes to light (intended or not?). In the end everybody is alone again, signified by the atom symbolism in the Brussels Atomium.

It seems like an intelligent movie, it even could have been, but it fails so utterly in all movie departments that I can unfortunately only recommend that you avoid this like the plague.

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