Baantjer (1995–2006)
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De Cock en de moordfilm deel 1 

"De Cock en de moordfilm deel 1" is an episode of Baantjer starring Piet Römer, Victor Reinier, and Marian Mudder. Jewish movie producer Chris van der Kamp was fatally stabbed in his Amsterdam office editing room. The murder weapon was stabbed while he still lived by an employee, Keizer's sister Yvonne,... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Piet Römer ... de Cock
... Vledder
Marian Mudder ... Prins
Martin Schwab ... Keizer
... Buitendam
Hans Karsenbarg ... Den Koninghe
Wimie Wilhelm ... Els Peeters
Nienke Sikkema ... Mevrouw de Cock (credit only)
Piet Kamerman ... Lowietje
Jaap Maarleveld ... Max de Vries
Kitty Janssen ... Kitty van der Kamp
Ghislaine Pierie ... Yvonne Keizer
Yvonne van den Hurk ... Gonnie Selbach
Bart Klever ... Olof Baltus
... Koen van der Kamp
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Jewish movie producer Chris van der Kamp was fatally stabbed in his Amsterdam office editing room. The murder weapon was stabbed while he still lived by an employee, Keizer's sister Yvonne, who brings Appie the bloody knife at home. Unlike Vledder, who once flirted with her, Keizer must abstain from field research, but the medicines he brings her are used for an OD suicide. Chris was hated by his son Koen van der Kamp, who he neglected like his late mother during her fatal cancer and was failing to keep his promise of supporting Koen's directing debut. Koen has an affair with Chris's second ex. Chris was undesirable to the parents of his third bride to be, a movie critic, slept with Yvonne and had a vicious conflict with director Olof Baltus. Written by KGF Vissers

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29 November 2002 (Netherlands)  »

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Film director Olof Baltus, portrayed by Bart Klever, is inspired by Paul Verhoeven. At one point, Baltus states that under the thin veil of society, humans are really reptiles hell-bent on murdering each other. This reflects the nihilism seen in some Verhoeven films, such as Spetters (1980). Also, one scene mimics the opening of Verhoeven's Basic Instinct (1992). See more »

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