A Dutch teenager is unaware of who or where he is. Police chase him. He gets a notebook describing himself as a student who helped a cute girl hack, gets caught and punished with special training camp. What happened to him then?
In the mist at the edge of a lake, seventeen-year-old Sea (Ella-June Henrard) finds a mysterious medallion. It is the start of a journey around the world in which Sea lets herself be led ... See full summary »
When the young republic of The Netherlands is attacked by England, France, and Germany, and the country is on the brink of civil war, only one man can lead the country's strongest weapon, the Dutch fleet: Michiel de Ruyter (Frank Lammers).
During the height of World War II, commander Stan and a courageous group of resistance fighters are given a suicide mission to deliver a stolen Nazi submarine filled with atomic uranium. ... See full summary »
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When her mother abandons her dementing father, Alex unexpectedly finds herself at a crossroads. As she moves back in the parental house to look after her father, she starts questioning her ... See full summary »
When Sam regains consciousness in the middle of a crowded subway, he doesn't know how he got there, where he came from nor his own name. He franticly searches for his identity, using the contents of his backpack. Slowly but surely he realizes his life is in great danger.Written by
The scenes in the subway as well as most of the city scenes were shot in Budapest. See more »
At around 53 mins the main character is sitting at a table in the dining room, seen on the back but obviously with a plate in front of him. 2 mins later, when another man sets himself opposite to him, the table is clear. See more »
When I first saw the bridge between amnesia and note taking, I thought it would be a structure similar to memory fragments. As a result, an ordinary science fiction film was presented. Subjects and entry points are too common to be gimmicky.
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