Roos Hartman is a young doctor who lives with her son in a large apartment complex. When a fellow tenant is brutally murdered, the police and Hartman's friends suspect her mysterious ...
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Roos Hartman is a young doctor who lives with her son in a large apartment complex. When a fellow tenant is brutally murdered, the police and Hartman's friends suspect her mysterious neighbour, Eric Coenen. As she becomes romantically involved with Coenen, she doubts he would commit such a crime, but soon she begins to investigate the case further and discovers some startling facts relating to his involvement...Written by
Alexander Lum <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The only reason I saw "De Flat", was because of the fact that Victor Löw is in it. In Holland he's a pretty famous actor, an known as the only method actor we have got (hay, it's a small country). The day this film was on also Oliver Stone's Wall Street, and The Devil's Advocate came on tv, but no, I had to see "De Flat", when I saw it, it looked like a really bad B-movie, and that is, when I thought about it, exactly what it is. Both actors are pretty good, but in this movie they both don't know what the hell they are doing there. Even Victor Löw, who's known as a verbal machine gun, doesn't come out of his own words, and that draws the whole movie
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