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David's classmate Jochem is bullied because he is too heavy. Although David increasingly stands up to the bullying, it turns out to be too late.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
... David
Dorus Witte ... Vera
Stefan Collier ... Jochem
Charlotte Bakker ... Sanne
... Justin
Rick van Elk ... Remco
Gregory Samson ... Niels
Brahim Fouradi ... Youssef
Eileen Farnham ... Manon
Fabienne Bergmans ... Nienke
Dave Mantel ... Tino
Roos Ouwehand ... Moeder David
Rick Nicolet ... Oma
... Moeder Jochem
Edo Brunner ... Vader Jochem
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A story about harrassment in high school. A young boy is being harrassed by his class mates and as a result, he commits suicide. This is where class mates and the school board start scratching their heads...when it's too late. This film is after a book by the popular Dutch writer Carry Slee. Written by Rob

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20 June 2013 (Netherlands)  »

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Regret!  »

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€1,200,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

€421,574 (Netherlands), 23 June 2013, Limited Release

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

€2,989,762
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Faas Wijn and Maas Bronkhuyzen don't have character names in the movie, but to give them character names, they are credited with their first major role (Faas was named after his role in Tony 10 (2012) and Maas after his role in De Groeten van Mike! (2012)). See more »

Goofs

When everybody is reading the issue of the "Hollands Dagblad" newspaper with the story about the death of Jochem, a close-up shows the headline "Pesten oorzaak zelfmoord leerling" (Bullying cause of students suicide). The actual text of the article is not the text Davids mom was writing about the bullying of Jochem, but an article about the political campaign of the PVV of Geert Wilders. See more »

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Regret! for not taken serious about the situation.
31 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

You might remember a few months ago I reviewed a title about the summer camp prank. The movie was called 'Standing Up' that I loved a lot. This movie is kind of similar, but deals on a different issue. Absolutely an important movie that discloses the most common trouble faced by the physically weak students, especially loners who were targeted by the bully boys. It was based on the book 'Regret!'. That is why we need more novel adaptation that deliver the messages to the younger generation.

The story was narrated from the perspective of a high school student David. He also a member of the band called 'Point Out!'. David in not a boy who interfere with others affairs, like a quiet one he's focused on his studies and other activities. He has a crush on his classmate Vera, and so she's on him, but they never expressed to each others. In between their secret affection, a fellow mate called Jochem comes into the scene. He's fat and have no friends, which mean an easy prey for the tyrant of the class. As the school days progress Jochem makes friends with David and Vera, individually. He begins to spend some time with them, but that does not solve his problems. With a little misunderstanding between the three, the story reveals what they had failed to recognize, the seriousness of the situation.

''You should drink water instead. It's healthy. And it doesn't stain.''

Recently kind of I'm attracted to the Dutch movies. Saw some of the best movies and every time with the new movies my interest and expectations on them are growing. So that is how I came up with this movie, an awesome movie. Well, this movie theme was good, a very good movie to educate school and college students about what is right and wrong. Like you know by now it was about bullying, the movie displays what had to be shown. With the blend of little hide-and-seek romance track and music in few parts.

Bullying is fun for some, but it is a crime, especially if it ends in an unexpected way. To create such trouble the story takes time to advance that kind of looks a drag in the tale. Well written screenplay, which concentrated around three characters. Each of them were so good in their respective roles. This kind of message movie is what I expect from Hollywood, because Hollywood movies can reach all the corner of the earth. I hope dubbed or remake version will do justice to the truth the movie tried to tell. A movie not to be missed, especially if you a parent to the teenagers.


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