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Rituelen (1989)

In a crash on the stock exchange Inni Wintrop (40) loses his fortune and his girlfriend, on the same day. Adrift and looking for something to hold on to he becomes obsessed with Japanese rituals of faith, death and eroticism.

Director:

Herbert Curiel

Writers:

Herbert Curiel, Cees Nooteboom (novel)
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Cast

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Derek de Lint ... Inni Wintrop
Thom Hoffman ... Philip Taads
Sigrid Koetse Sigrid Koetse ... Tante Therese
Ton Lensink Ton Lensink ... Arnold Taads
Jerome Reehuis Jerome Reehuis ... Roozenboom
Johan Ooms Johan Ooms ... Riezenkamp
Sheryn Hylton Parker Sheryn Hylton Parker ... Zita
Camilla Braaksma Camilla Braaksma ... Petra / Sanne
Roswitha Bergmann Roswitha Bergmann ... duivenmeisje
Christine van der Horst Christine van der Horst ... Lyda
Bert André Bert André ... monseigneur
Edo Douma Edo Douma ... makelaar
Jaap Hoogstra Jaap Hoogstra ... Oom Louis
George König George König ... fotograaf
Phons Leussink Phons Leussink ... man in soos
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In a crash on the stock exchange Inni Wintrop (40) loses his fortune and his girlfriend, on the same day. Adrift and looking for something to hold on to he becomes obsessed with Japanese rituals of faith, death and eroticism.

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Country:

Netherlands

Language:

Dutch

Release Date:

20 April 1989 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

Rituals See more »

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Sigma Film Productions See more »
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Color (Eastmancolor)
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Missed the point
19 August 2000 | by judith.kroonenbergSee all my reviews

Of course the movie is not the book, is not meant to be an exact replica of the book, but the whole point of Zita was that she was only _called_ a Zambian princess. In actual fact, she had pale skin, freckles and red hair. Furthermore, casting Derek de Lindt in every single movie-based-on-literature gets rather confusing, especially if he turns every hero into a gloomy discontented intellectual.


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