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Science Fiction (2002)

When Andreas overhears his parents'conversation about conquering the world and becoming leaders, their can only be one conclusion: Andreas' parents are aliens.


Danny Deprez


Chris Craps (screenplay), Jean-Claude Van Rijckeghem (screenplay)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
David Geclowicz David Geclowicz ... Andreas
Fran Michiels Fran Michiels ... Vero
Jurre Baguet Jurre Baguet ... Kasper
Wietse Tanghe ... Wietse
Wendy van Dijk Wendy van Dijk ... Rachel Decker
Koen De Bouw ... Rick Decker
Ilse Van Hoecke Ilse Van Hoecke ... Teacher
Liesbeth Kamerling Liesbeth Kamerling ... Ellen
Dirk van Dijck ... Vero's Dad
Staf Coppens Staf Coppens ... Lab Assistant
Carel Struycken ... Strange man
Marion Hänsel Marion Hänsel ... Company woman
Neal Michiels Neal Michiels ... Patrick
Katleen Apers Katleen Apers ... Brigitta
Evelien Apers Evelien Apers ... Eva


Nine-year old Andreas Decker is the new kid in town. He tells his class that he has lived all over the world on account of his parents being top scientific researchers. Yet classmate Vero finds Andreas's workaholic parents really weird. She suggests to spy on them. When Andreas overhears their conversation about conquering the world and becoming leaders, their can only be one conclusion for the baffled children: Andreas's parents are aliens. Written by Hannelore Goossens

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In every child there is a doubt...


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13 February 2003 (Netherlands) See more »

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A titkos küldetés See more »

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References Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) See more »

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Just because "it's for children", it does not have to be implausible!
31 October 2003 | by PropagandistSee all my reviews

Being a science fiction fan from my early childhood (long time since) I always hated implausible plots. It's a pity that most authors of science fiction stories for children do not show this kind of respect for their audience. I always suspected them of thinking: "children are to dumb to realise, so we don't have to strive". The writer of "Science Fiction (2002)" is no exception. The story is about a boy who is instigated by his new friends to spy after his parents, because they think that the parents are aliens. As intriguing the idea sounded to me, as much was I bored by its realisation. It seemed to me that the filmmakers had exactly this one idea and tried to stretch it over the ninety minutes by dunking it into a dark, stylish and painstakingly slow atmosphere. The only thing that kept me in my seat was the question "how do they manage to get out of this implausible rubbish"? And then - bang - they did not even try. So if you are looking for good entertainment for both children and parents, go and watch "Klatretøsen (2002)" instead.

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