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A young love must struggle against an old problems.

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Olga
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Eric
Tonny Huurdeman ...
Moeder
Wim van den Brink ...
Vader
Hans Boskamp ...
Winkelchef
Dolf de Vries ...
Paul
Manfred de Graaf ...
Henny
Dick Scheffer ...
Accountant
Marjol Flore ...
Tineke
Bert Dijkstra ...
Functionaris
Bert André ...
Functionaris in Limburg
Jon Bluming ...
Beveiliging
Paul Brandenburg ...
Bruidegom
Suze Broks ...
Eric's One night stand (as Suzie Broks)
David Conyers ...
Amerikaan
Truus Dekker ...
Serveerster
Marijke Frijlink ...
Moniek
Reinier Heideman ...
Politie Agent
Wim Hoddes ...
Gerant
Hans Kemna ...
Artiest
Liëla Koguchi ...
Vrouw onder dekens met kinderwagen (as Liela Kaquchi)
Elsa Lioni ...
Vrouw bij Carnaval feest
Aimé Mars ...
Indonesische Vrouw
Ad Noyons ...
Assistent
Joost Prinsen ...
Politie Agent
George Schutte ...
Engelsman
Maartje Seyferth ...
Josje
Robert Sobels ...
Dokter
John Soer ...
Bode
Jeanneke Stam ...
Zwangere Bruid
Johan te Slaa ...
Boer
Jaap van Donselaar ...
Vriend van Eric
Paul van Gorcum ...
Trouwambtenaar
Helen van Meurs ...
Zuster
Frans Vasen ...
Begrafenisondernemer
Ine Veen ...
Pruiken verkoopster (creditOnly) (scenesDeleted)
Jan Wegter ...
Arbeider Fabriek
Olga Zuiderhoek ...
Gonnie
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Directed by

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Paul Verhoeven

Written by

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Gerard Soeteman ... (screenplay)
 
Jan Wolkers ... (novel)

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Rob Houwer ... producer

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Rogier van Otterloo

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Jan de Bont

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Jan Bosdriesz

Editorial Department

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Ina Berlet ... assistant editor
Mulle Goetz-Dickopp ... assistant editor (as Mulle Goetz)
Digna Sinke ... assistant editor

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Hans Kemna

Production Design by

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Jan André
Roland de Groot ... (as Ralph van der Elst)

Costume Design by

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Mia Houweling

Makeup Department

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Bobby Eerhart ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Rob Scheerboom ... unit manager
Mia van 't Hof ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Nouchka van Brakel ... assistant director

Art Department

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Ludo Bex ... assistant production designer
Jean Goerdz ... set dresser
Strengholt Laurens ... assistant production designer (as Laurens Strengholdt)
Dick Wansink ... assistant production designer

Sound Department

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Haymo Heyder ... sound mixer (as Haymo Henry Heyder)
Hans-Walter Kramski ... sound effects (as Hans Kramsky)
Mel Kutbay ... sound effects (as Mel Kutby)
Ad Roest ... sound effects
Bert Uittenhout ... guide track
Wim Wolfs ... dubbing mixer

Stunts

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Rob Slotemaker ... stunts
Simon van Schaik ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Kerst Bottema ... lighting assistant
Jan de Bont ... camera
Theo van de Sande ... assistant camera
Henk Tegeder ... grip
Pim Tjujerman ... assistant camera
Hans van Toer ... lighting
Willem Veenman ... still photographer
Arthur Wilson ... lighting assistant

Casting Department

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Leo Thonhauser ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Marjo de Vries ... wardrobe

Music Department

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Toots Thielemans ... musician: harmonica solo

Other crew

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Annette Apon ... script supervisor
Froukje de Vries ... production secretary
Femmy Jonker ... caterer
Jos van de Ven ... production assistant
Jelte Velzen ... production assistant
Ineke van Wezel ... assistant to the producer

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Sort of a cross between "Love Story" and an earthy Rembrandt painting, this movie stars Rutger Hauer as a gifted Dutch sculptor who has a stormy, erotic, and star-crossed romance with a beautiful young girl. The story follows the arc of their relationship and his interaction with her family. Told in flashback form, initially Hauer is seen as a libertine lothario collector, taking trophies from his sexual conquests and pasting them in a book. He sees a sculpture he made of his lost lover and goes into a flashback of his relationship with his wife. He meets the girl, falls in love with/marries her, and we meet her parents: a charming, well meaning, bumbling father, and his shrew of a wife, who's convinced Hauer's too much of a bohemian to make a good mate for her daughter. Eventually, the petty jealousies, the sexual hijinks, and the climactic vomit scene prove too much for the marriage, and sculptor and his lady fair separate. Flash forward several months, and Hauer finds the girl back in Holland after an American sojourn. Their reunion is short lived; the somewhat melodramatic ending mirrors "Love Story". Written by

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Taglines This is the indulgence of passion See more »
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Also Known As
  • Turkish Delight (United States)
  • Eric and Olga (United States)
  • The Sensualist (United Kingdom)
  • Wild Intent (United Kingdom)
  • Turkish délices (France)
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Runtime
  • 108 min
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Budget NLG800,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia In 1973, it was the most successful Dutch film ever, and with 3 million tickets sold, it's still the most attended Dutch film in the Netherlands. See more »
Goofs During the thunderstorm, when Eric is walking towards Olga who is standing outside in the rain, the reflection of a spotlight providing "lightning" can be seen on the surface of the door. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Adam & Yves (1974). See more »
Soundtracks Meisjes met rode haren See more »
Quotes Eric Vonk: I screw better than God.
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