Anna breaks up with Bruno after he has cheated on her with their son Boris's schoolteacher. But her far too young lover can only temporarily offer distraction. Arno and her best friend ...
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In the 1890s, Father Adolf Daens goes to Aalst, a textile town where child labor is rife, pay and working conditions are horrible, the poor have no vote, and the Catholic church backs the ... See full summary »
Antje de Boeck
The 7 part black dramedy follows the comical exploits of four gigolos, the Callboys, while testosterone-driven management, petty arguments and deaf-mute ambition make their short-lived business crash and burn.
Germaine Debruycker is 18 when the workers at the Vieille Montagne factory, including her father, go on strike to obtain a 10 franc raise. The turbulent strike lasts for 9 weeks and changes their lives forever. Based on a true story.
Frank van Mechelen
Michel van Dousselaere
In August 1996, bus drivers Marcel Van Loock and Wim Moreels are apprehended by the Moroccan Customs for drug trafficking. Inside their bus, hidden behind a false compartment, they have ... See full summary »
"Safety First" is a hilarious work place mockumentary set at the heart of a security company. Discipline, dedication and friendship, that's what work is about. Oh, and falling over, making ... See full summary »
Anna breaks up with Bruno after he has cheated on her with their son Boris's schoolteacher. But her far too young lover can only temporarily offer distraction. Arno and her best friend Lydia's marriage, on the other hand, looks like the perfect marriage. But is it...? Between Alain and Fred all is roses: they are going to get married, or is the party over after all? Written by
For those who have seen the original dutch version, it must me a terrible experience. Everything that was so good in the dutch version, went wrong in the BE version. First of all, the casting is not good. Although some of the actors are quite good actors, their characters do not match their capabilities. The chaotic switch between the different stories goes so well in the NL version, but doesn't seem to make any sense in the BE version. The editing and timing makes you loose all faith in the story. You simply cannot believe the story the way it's been put on the screen. It's a pity, since I love BE productions very much, but for an almost 100 percent copy (including dialogs), it's a bad job. If you like this kind of movies, which you should, don't waste two hours watching this one, but promptly choose the 'Alles is Liefde' version where casting fits, editing has uplifted the story and where you actually believe in "Love"
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