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Suske en Wiske: De duistere diamant (2004)

Family adventure based on the bestselling classic comic strip in the Spike and Suzy series created by Willy Vandersteen.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Joeri Busschots Joeri Busschots ... Suske
Celine Verbeeck ... Wiske
Thekla Reuten ... Alwina
Peter Van den Begin ... Tante Sidonia
Rik Launspach Rik Launspach ... Baron Roger de Lacheloze
Tuur De Weert ... Professor Barabas
Stany Crets ... Jerom
Frank Focketyn ... Kapitein
Coen van Vlijmen Coen van Vlijmen ... Knecht
Vital Baeken Vital Baeken ... Soldaat 1
Fred Van Kuyk Fred Van Kuyk ... Soldaat 2
Daan Hugaert Daan Hugaert ... Magiër
Herr Seele Herr Seele ... Kaalhoofd (as Peter Van Heirseele)
Urbanus Urbanus ... Jacobus (as Urbain Servranckx)
Willeke van Ammelrooy ... Clara
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Storyline

During a holiday on the Dutch rural B&B, Suske finds, while diving for Shanulleke, a black diamond. He gives it to Sidonia, who breaks her promise to proudly hold on to it after the local Baron Roger de Lacheloze offers her a hefty price. Their host Alwina tells the legend whoever profits from the stone shall perish by the next new moon. Sidonia gets sick and unable to laugh, the fatal symptom. Barabbas's time-machine sends Lambik, Alwina and the kids to the 16th century, when the legend started, at a magician's tower, to have it destroyed. They soon fall prey to feudal sorcery charges, 'solved' by fatal 'divine ordeal'. Even in they survive that, there's a mysterious black knight after them and the stone. Written by KGF Vissers

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Country:

Germany | Belgium

Language:

Dutch

Release Date:

18 February 2004 (Belgium) See more »

Also Known As:

The Dark Diamond See more »

Filming Locations:

Antwerp, Flanders, Belgium See more »

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Budget:

$3,500,000 (estimated)
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DTS

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Color
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In the opening sequence of the movie, when our heroes drive off in their jeep to their holiday destination, they drive past a street party. One of the extras at this party looks like Willy Vandersteen, the creator of Suske & Wiske. See more »

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Lachen
Written by Brian Clifton and Patricia Beysens
Performed by Fay Lovsky
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The kids should watch it!
8 August 2004 | by Glitter-GreetSee all my reviews

A famous comic, some famous Flemish names and a lot of promotion. A guaranteed good movie or not…? People said it's a great movie, others say it sucked and IMDb gives it a 5.7. We'll see about that.

Every Flemish citizen and even furthermore everybody knows Suske and Wiske from the comic books. So a movie couldn't last, right? But the first thought that filled my head says: 'What did they do to Stany Crets?' This cute guy, who plays Jerom, opens the film by shouting he's not coming. Stany Crets isn't the only guy they messed up; everybody meet Frank Focketyn, Dirk Roofthooft and Peter van den Begin. But I know, that's supposed to be in this film and after a while you get used to it. It's actually kind off cool to see those big people like that. All dressed up like Willy Vandersteen, who was responsible for the comic books, meant it. The most realistic one is the magician, played by Daan Hugeart. His make-up and clothes are perfect and well, it's the best costume to end with.

The movie starts straight away with mystery and I think that's good. It keeps people awake and alert for what's coming up. This a typical child movie, though. The actors – most of them are supposed to be pretty good – seemed to lost their talents and de special effects aren't always that good, but in the end: children won't mind. I'm sure the like this movie, but the real film fans should watch out: if you wane see a really good Flemish movie, please leave this one for a while, and try something as 'De Zaak Alzheimer'…

Anyway, I enjoyed the film after all. The length of the film is just 1,5h, but that's just long enough not to get bored. The kids should watch it!


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