The Price Of Sugar tells the alternately gripping, romantic and heart-wrenching story of Sarith and Mini-Mini as they grow up on the sugar plantations of Suriname in the latter half of the ... See full summary »
Jean van de Velde
A Dutch woman who works for US Cola in New York is sent to The Netherlands to launch Santa Man Cola in the period leading up to Christmas. Their new Santa (young and handsome) has to ... See full summary »
Kees van Nieuwkerk
Fedja van Huêt
Brasserie Valentine is a stylish, funny film about love. About first dates, falling in love and love anniversaries. About love under pressure of daily grind and distrust. And lovingly prepared food. All in one evening on Valentine's Day.
Egbert Jan Weeber,
Anna gets dumped by Dirk after a vacation together for three weeks. He's decided a month ago to return to his wife. After being miserable, she decides to skip on commitment and love but decides to go for "having fun", as that is what men seem to do as well. She encounters Rob, a good-looking funny confident construction worker. She also encounters Sander, a sensitive romantic musician who has had no luck with women. She decides to date both of them, without strings attached and without them knowing about each other. However, somewhere along the way she falls in love with BOTH of them. (Perhaps some of you might have seen that one coming.) The fact that Rob and Sander are each others' roommates does not seem to make matters easier for her as well.Written by
Was initially proposed as a 2004 Oscar nominee by the Dutch film committee, but the producers decided to withdraw to support the other Dutch nominee De tweeling (2002). See more »
While Rob is proposing to her, Anna is trying to remove Sander's ring from her finger. In one close-up shot we see her hands doing this in front of her. In the next close-up shot, her hands are busy behind her back. It would be unlikely anyway that she would do this in front of her, as Rob would notice it. But it would be even more unlikely she would move her hands from front to back, as he would notice that even more. See more »
What a terrible movie, too predictable in all its facets. From the beginning you can imagine every little detail of what is going to be happen next. A pity, because dutch movies just started to get on a higher level. However, 'Liever Verliefd' confirms exactly the prejudice about dutch movies...
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