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Ik ook van jou (2001)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | 15 February 2001 (Netherlands)
Reza explodes into the boring life of writer Eric, she's unpredictable and intense. After she moves in with him, jealousy and fits of bizarre self-destruction become part of her quixotic moods.


Ruud van Hemert


Willeke Frima, Ronald Giphart (novel) | 1 more credit »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Antonie Kamerling ... Eric
Angela Schijf Angela Schijf ... Reza
Beau van Erven Dorens Beau van Erven Dorens ... Fraser
Florence Kasumba ... Silke
Dorothée Capelluto Dorothée Capelluto ... Nadine (as Dorothee Capelluto)
Anniek Pheifer ... Liesbeth
Leo Hogenboom Leo Hogenboom ... Father Eric
Guusje Westermann Guusje Westermann ... Mother Eric (as Guusje Westerman)
Tijn Docter Tijn Docter ... Brother Eric
Arjan ten Broecke Arjan ten Broecke ... Tom
Cynthia de Graaff Cynthia de Graaff ... Claire
Antoinette Jelgersma Antoinette Jelgersma ... Mother Reza
Titus Muizelaar Titus Muizelaar ... Father Reza
Rinco van der Baan Rinco van der Baan ... Barkeeper
Marieke de Kruijf Marieke de Kruijf ... Patricia


While camping in France, Dutch friends Eric and Eddy fall in love with two women. Eric talks to Silke, a Ugandan studying medicine in the Netherlands. She tells him about her life and asks about the book he's writing: it's the story of his love affair with Reza. He tells her the story and we see it in flashbacks: Reza explodes into his boring life, she's unpredictable, their relationship becomes intense. She moves in with him, pushes him to write instead of studying law, then jealousy and fits of bizarre self-destruction become part of her quixotic moods. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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15 February 2001 (Netherlands) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Writer Ronald Giphart has disowned this movie, which was based on his novel. He had major criticism of the adaptation, and claimed that it didn't resemble his book in any way. See more »


Referenced in Eagles in the Chicken Coop (2010) See more »


So Long
Written by David Hollestelle (as Hollestelle, D.), Ivo Severijns (as Severijns, I.), Guzz Genser (as Genser, A.), Herman Brood (as Brood, H.)
E: BMG Music Publishing
Performed by Herman Brood & his Wild Romance
Rec: BMG Nederland
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8 September 2003 | by hanaewSee all my reviews

this movie was so incredibly bad. i haven't read the book, but i assume it was probably very good, as giphart usually is a great writer... but this movie... there was not one single highlight. the storyline was badly laid out, none of the characters had any depth whatsoever. all reza was, was insanity and sex. she shows some emotion but there isn't any depth to the emotion...

there seems to be no connections between events, it's all so jaggedly put together. maybe some good acting could have balanced out the bad storyline, but unfortunately the actors were horrible as well. antonie kamerling's narration sounded like he was doing an imitation of bert (bert & ernie) from sesame street!! angela schijf had her alright moments, but overall she was just over-acting. which can be said also for beau whatever-his-last-name-is.

every so often the audience was confronted with 'symbolic' changes in the scenery ( ie lack of color after the relationship with reza is over, the dead guinea pig) that are so painfully obvious. this movie is trying to be artsy and intelligent when it simply isnt capable of being so.

they could have done something great with the story... too bad they f*ck*d it up so thoroughly!!

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