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Baby Blue (2001)

A young couple gets new English neighbors next-door to their modern home. Of course, everyone is not who they seem.

Director:

Theo van Gogh

Writers:

Tomas Ross, Aleida Strowger (additional English dialogue)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Susan Vidler ... Laura Wood
Oliver Cotton ... Ron Wood
Roeland Fernhout Roeland Fernhout ... Peter de Wilde
Nienke Römer Nienke Römer ... Marjan de Wilde
Renée Fokker ... Pauline Jansen
Najib Amhali Najib Amhali ... Hamid
Jack Wouterse Jack Wouterse ... Fiducia boss
Eric van Sauers ... Detective #1
Maarten Wansink Maarten Wansink ... Detective #2
Marijke Veugelers Marijke Veugelers ... Female neighbour
Rob Das Rob Das ... Man interested in house
Camilla Siegertsz ... Woman interested in house
Mick Mulder Mick Mulder ... Jacob
Friso van Vemde Friso van Vemde ... Pessimistic man
Sieni Volkers Sieni Volkers ... Mother on terrace
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A young couple gets new English neighbors next-door to their modern home. Of course, everyone is not who they seem.

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What happens if your biggest fear comes true... and it is only the beginning

Genres:

Thriller

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Country:

Netherlands

Language:

Dutch | English

Release Date:

25 January 2001 (Netherlands) See more »

Filming Locations:

Almere, Flevoland, Netherlands See more »

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Budget:

$2,500,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

The film was largely shot on Curaçao. When the production returned to the Netherlands, it turned out that drug traffickers had replaced the footage in some of the reels with cocaine. With some of the key scenes missing, these had to be re-shot at great expense on the Spanish Island of Ibiza. See more »

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Referenced in Het zwarte schaap: Theo van Gogh (2000) See more »

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Pilgrim
Music by Enya
Lyrics by Roma Ryan
Performed by Enya
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Great Dutch thriller
10 October 2001 | by SCHAGELASee all my reviews

Theo van Gogh is a very controversial character in Holland, not always to be taken seriously. As a director he's a lot more serious.

I think this is a really good Dutch movie. About half of it is spoken in English, very well too especially if you compare it to The Delivery, another Dutch thriller. The plot is intriguing and very surprising in the end. Acting is very good as well by the Dutch and the English cast.

This makes it enjoyable even if you're not a Dutch viewer. 8 out of 10.


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