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Storm: Letters van Vuur (2017)

Storm Voeten, son of printer Klaas Voeten, becomes the target of a hunt by the Inquisition. Aided by Marieke, a mysterious girl living in the underground sewers of Antwerp, Storm is caught ... See full summary »

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Dennis Bots
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Davy Gomez Davy Gomez ... Storm
Juna de Leeuw Juna de Leeuw ... Marieke
Yorick van Wageningen ... Klaas
Angela Schijf Angela Schijf ... Cecilia
Maarten Heijmans ... Alwin
Peter Van den Begin ... Frans van der Hulst
Luc Feit Luc Feit ... Herman
Rivka de Leon Rivka de Leon ... Fokka
Golda de Leon Golda de Leon ... Gerlinde
Fred Goessens Fred Goessens ... Gillis
Laura Verlinden ... Claar
Sem van Butselaar Sem van Butselaar ... Duco
Tibo Vandenborre ... Bailiff
Egbert Jan Weeber ... Jacob Proost
Gabriel Boisante Gabriel Boisante ... Luther
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Storyline

Storm Voeten, son of printer Klaas Voeten, becomes the target of a hunt by the Inquisition. Aided by Marieke, a mysterious girl living in the underground sewers of Antwerp, Storm is caught in a race against time to save his father from death. Written by Michiel Bartels

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Family

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Release Date:

19 January 2017 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

Falko Letter of Fire See more »

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Color

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2.35 : 1
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Most of the film was shot in a set on an industrial estate near Antwerp, Belgium. This set, a replica of medieval Antwerp, was not purpose built for this movie. It had been build over the course of four months, by a local businessman to celebrate the 160 anniversary of his company. See more »

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Movie like you want to see more!
17 September 2018 | by smeele_richardSee all my reviews

This movie from The Netherlands is a movie like you want to see much more from. The screen characters are well portrayed. The light is great. The story is well-thought. The director knows what he is doing. The editor did a fantastic job. The dialogue is articulated. I do not know if this movie has made success in any form but it should. If it does not now I am sure this will be a cult classic maybe after 10 or 20 years, watch my words. Greetings, Richard.


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