In August 1996, bus drivers Marcel Van Loock and Wim Moreels are apprehended by the Moroccan Customs for drug trafficking. Inside their bus, hidden behind a false compartment, they have ... See full summary »
Gaston and Leo are members of the motorized police. They are both not very clever and after yet another bungle, they are forced to conduct foot patrols. Meanwhile, a mysterious villain is ... See full summary »
December 2006. On a cold winter's night, just before Christmas, the 16-year-old youth, Nick van Sant, escapes from an orphanage in the Belgian Ardennes. He encounters Leon Gevers, a down on... See full summary »
Mattias Van de Vijver
This is the story of Frans Van Reeth, a self-proclaimed Robin Hood who chooses a life of crime as a get rich quick scheme. He was known to be a daring and reckless burglar who was never armed and always under prepared.
The second movie version, now in color, of Flemish (heimat-)author Ernest Claes' classical novel, titled after the nickname (Dutch 'the White', referring to a blond male) of the main ... See full summary »
Robbe De Hert
A group of teenagers, unprepared for their final exams due to their indulgence in more pleasurable pursuits, barricade themselves in their school and challenge their despised and sadistic ... See full summary »
Robbe De Hert
Babette van Veen,
Dennis Davids is a young, talented and idealistic lawyer in Antwerp, who takes every case at heart, even the pro-deo clients the court assigns for a meager fee. Needless to say he really goes the extra mile, risking his life and his career as his own private detective, in the case of Sandra Van Rompaey, a female kick-boxer who also proves herself as his lover, but is a miserable client, repeatedly violating her probation terms as well as the law. Written by
"She Good Fighter" is one of the biggest flops in Belgian film history, which isn't that difficult to understand. It's entirely about two girls who try to stay out of the hands of the police, and here's the problem: two minutes into this movie, you'll already want both of these girls to be hit by a bus. The supporting cast of characters consists mostly of snobs, bureaucrats, frauds and homophobes, but these people all seem pretty nice compared to the main characters. Around halfway the director completely ran out of ideas so he just has everyone running to the police office and back all the time. People get interrogated, leave, get called back for an interrogation, leave again, rewind, play. Incredibly boring. Also the lesbian kiss scene is one of the most desperate attempts to stir up controversy ever captured on celluloid. Wow, lesbians, now I've seen everything. Only good thing about the movie is Gaston Berghmans as the boxing coach, and even that's just to say at least one positive thing. Very weak film.
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