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De boekverfilming (1999)

The movie stars you see on the screen have once been selected amongst others. The glamor of the premiere is preceded by mug shots, selections, interviews, wining, dining, backstabbing and sex. In the end, everyone gets what they deserve.

Director:

Eddy Terstall

Writer:

Eddy Terstall
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Dirk Zeelenberg Dirk Zeelenberg ... Lars Schumann jr II
Nadja Hüpscher Nadja Hüpscher ... Noor
Femke Lakerveld Femke Lakerveld ... Sofie
Alette Dirkse Alette Dirkse ... Julia
Najib Amhali Najib Amhali ... Mo
Ivor Kortenbach Ivor Kortenbach ... André
Job Gosschalk ... Bob Kop
Eugénie Schellen Eugénie Schellen ... Iris de Koning
Lucretia van der Vloot Lucretia van der Vloot ... Mina
Matthijs van Heijningen ... Producent
Dieuwertje Blok Dieuwertje Blok ... Journaliste
Rifka Lodeizen ... Agente
Dennis Smitter Dennis Smitter ... Agent
Joe Hennes Joe Hennes ... Therapeut
Fedja van Huêt ... Boris Schumann
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Storyline

The book "Op Kousevoeten" is being turned into a movie. The director has to select a lead character that can play the role of a disturbed Jewish girl. Three actresses are selected to be auditioned. They all would like to get the part, but what do they have to do to get it? Is it worth it? Written by Philip Lafeber

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Everyone gets what they deserve behind the scenes of the movie world

Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Netherlands

Language:

Dutch

Release Date:

12 May 1999 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

Based on the Novel See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

€13,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

DKP Films,DKP See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Connections

References Karakter (1997) See more »

Soundtracks

Making me come
Written by Rob Loeffen
Performed by Silkscreen
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A rare gem
5 May 2012 | by lafeberSee all my reviews

There is a reason why this film deserves a 10, and much more credit and attention than it has had. Comedies never go into the depth of human character or intricate plot lines. Nor are they the place for creative art direction. But this film has all! Granted, most characters are caricatures. But the actors have added finesse to their work, for instance when the assistant director asks if the actress would mind if there is SEX in the film and the word comes out as a squeaky craving for her body. With another candidate, the film cuts over immediately to BANG, BANG, BANG, three sex positions and we end up with a cigarette and it's over. Hilarious sleazebags who are not in it to make a movie at all. Even more than 10 years later, I still look back at it and I think about the funny scenes and quotes. I'd like to see it again.


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