Stella has just graduated from the Academy of Journalism. When nothing spectacular turns up in the field of job opportunities, she decides to react on an advertisement of an old lady, who wants her archive ordered. Stella poses as a student psychology when the old lady turns out to be Lotte de Heus Verolmen, once married to Ewald de Heus Verolmen. He was a member of the Dutch nazi party NSB, to die shortly after the war in prison. Lotte wants to rectify the situation that her man was on the bad side. Slowly Stella discovers the truth about the widow and her not so good intentions. The situation intensifies when the mysterious nephew Andreas arrives. He carries an agenda of his own.
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Did You Know?
The film is partly based on the life story of the widow Rost van Tonningen. She was not involved in the realization of the film. Meinoud Rost van Tonningenh collaborated extensively with the occupation forces during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II. After he was taken prisoner by Canadian troops he commited suicide. His second wife, Florentine Rost van Tonningen, continued to promote pro-German and National Socialist views, denying the Holocaust and regretting the fall of the Third Reich and any threat to racial purity. See more