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Vincke and Verstuyft are detectives of the Antwerp police department. This time they have to deal with the Albanian mob and some problems in their own police division.

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Jan Verheyen

Writers:

Jef Geeraerts (novel), Carl Joos (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Koen De Bouw ... Eric Vincke
Werner De Smedt Werner De Smedt ... Freddy Verstuyft
Blerim Destani ... Nazim Tahir
Hilde De Baerdemaeker Hilde De Baerdemaeker ... Linda de Leenheer
Filip Peeters ... Major De Keyser
R. Kan Albay R. Kan Albay ... Shehu ramiz
Jappe Claes Jappe Claes ... Attorney Marcel Bracke
Marieke Dilles ... Naomi
Greg Timmermans ... Wim Cassiers
Sven De Ridder ... Balieman
Ryszard Turbiasz Ryszard Turbiasz ... De Magere
Vildan Maksuti Vildan Maksuti ... Ukaj Tahir
Kushtrim Sheremeti Kushtrim Sheremeti ... Haki
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eglantina Cenomeri Eglantina Cenomeri ... Mevrouw Shehu
Peter Gorissen Peter Gorissen ... Meester Waldack
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Storyline

DOSSIER K. is the long anticipated successor to 'The Alzheimer Case' which won numerous awards and was sold to over 30 countries, among which the US (where it was released through Sony Picture Classics). This second film based on a novel by Jef Geeraerts is a dense European thriller about passion, betrayal, revenge, blind ambition and the inevitability of fate. Set against the realistic background of Albanian mafia in Antwerp, the story brings the main characters Erik Vincke and Freddy Verstuyft into a disastrous vortex from which no one seems to escape. Written by Eyeworks Film & TV Drama

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Director Erik Van Looy was working on "Dossier K." since "De Zaak Alzheimer (2003)" but eventually had to skip the project because he had signed a contract with a Belgian television production company. See more »

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Follows The Memory of a Killer (2003) See more »

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19 September 2010 | by MrSpijkerSee all my reviews

After the ending credits I thought to myself: "what a waste of time". I was looking forward to this movie since it was going to be the sequel of the great action thriller "de zaak alzheimer" (alias the memory of a killer). It turns out to be rubbish.

The acting is unnatural and the used language is annoying. There are lot's of different dialects in Belgium and each one has it's own characteristics but how they used this surplus in the movie is just awful. There is a whole conversation made in "common civilized dutch" and suddenly you notice how the crew thought: "hey, let's make our actors more humane by using 1 typical, language bound dialect word".

The result is a non interesting conversation with a really irritating sound. Where the predecessor got you wondering, shivering and thinking this one just feeds you with the most logical images, dialogues and events. It's like they thought:"let us take a good story and mix it with some stereotypical police flick action".

If you feel like watching a brain-dead, non challenging police movie, be my guest. BUT if your expectations are as high as the ones "de zaak alzheimer" left you with, then don't!

Just don't....


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Official Sites:

Official site [Belgium]

Country:

Belgium

Language:

Dutch | Albanian

Release Date:

9 December 2009 (Belgium) See more »

Also Known As:

Das Recht auf Rache - Im Fadenkreuz des Clans See more »

Filming Locations:

Antwerp, Flanders, Belgium

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$3,802,038
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2.35 : 1
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