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De trein van zes uur tien (1999)

Onno Staling kidnapped Alex Bickers to ensure he won't get the prestiguous job at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Onno desperately wants. Now, three years later, they meet again.

Director:

Frank Ketelaar

Writers:

Frank Ketelaar (scenario), Joost Prinsen (additional script contributions)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Paul Muller Peter Paul Muller ... Onno Staling
Roeland Fernhout Roeland Fernhout ... Alex Bickers
Rifka Lodeizen ... Merel Dankmeijer
Halina Reijn ... Mieke Volkers
Rudolf Lucieer Rudolf Lucieer ... Kumfus
Marnie Blok Marnie Blok ... Secretaresse Camilla
Jordy Krant Jordy Krant ... Baby Jacob
Gwen Eckhaus Gwen Eckhaus ... Spiritueel leidsvrouw
Leopold Witte Leopold Witte ... Arbeidsbureauman
Hugo Koolschijn Hugo Koolschijn ... Sociale Dienstman
Alwien Tulner Alwien Tulner ... Anneke
Diederik Ebbinge Diederik Ebbinge ... Yup
Khaldoun Elmecky Khaldoun Elmecky ... Politieman Brouwer (as Khaldoun el Mecky)
Rodney Beddal Rodney Beddal ... Inspecteur (as Rodney Beddall)
Rinco van der Baan Rinco van der Baan ... Ober (as Rimco van der Baan)
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Storyline

Onno Staling has been unemployed for a while. Now his dream job finally is available: conservator at the famous Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. There's only one obstacle, Alex Bickers is also applying for the job. To ensure he will get the job, Otto kidnaps Alex, a terrifying experience for the victim. Alex never found out who was responsible and the police thought he made it up. But when three years later Otto must select an assistant conservator, Alex is one of the candidates. Otto feels remorse. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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Genres:

Thriller | Drama

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Country:

Netherlands

Language:

Dutch | English

Release Date:

5 May 1999 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

The 18.10 Train See more »

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On a Summers Day
By Trans World Orchestra and Beatrice van der Poel
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smooth thriller
24 August 2006 | by dutchtheaSee all my reviews

This made for TV movie was one of the first movies in the Dutch 'telemovie' project and whilst it was made back in 1999, I still think it is one of the best. A job is available at the prestigious Dutch Rijksmuseum. Two man are up for the last rounds of talks to get the job. Totally by chance they meet at a party, Onno, in his thirties and unemployed for quite a while now and ýour typical arrogant y(oung) u(rban) p(rofessional) Alex. Onno develops a terrifying scheme to sidetrack Alex. Right before the job-interviews Onno kidnaps Alex. He subdues him with ( too much ) pepperspray and locks him up in the cellar of an old cottage in the middle of nowhere. Alex is led to believe that he is kidnapped because of his father's job at a ministry. When Onno's gotten the job he releases Alex. A couple of years later the fortunes have changed. Alex has been ridiculed after his ordeal and has not managed to get a job. Onno is very successful by now. They meet again when a desperate Alex applies for the job of Onno's assistant. Onno thinks this is his chance to right past wrongs and hires Alex. After all....there is no way Alex could ever find out what happened right? The story is a bit far fetched but it works. The actors do a good job and are very well cast. The script takes a few surprising turns. On and on a very worthwhile watch.


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