In apartheid-ruled South Africa, a renowned lawyer struggles to hide his secret affiliation to the nation's chief resistance movement - as he takes on defending a group of its arrested members, including its leader, Nelson Mandela.
Jean van de Velde
Peter Paul Muller,
This drama tells the real-life story of retired schoolteacher Christopher Jefferies who was initially questioned by police as a suspect in the murder of Jo Yeates who rented a flat from him... See full summary »
Story playing at the end of the Second World War in Holland about Andries Riphagen, who is working for the SD. He is using his position for gaining wealth by betraying Jews. A young ... See full summary »
Jeroen van Koningsbrugge,
Fusi, a 43 year old man, still lives with his mother. His daily life is characterized by monotonous routine. The appearance of vibrant Sjöfn and young neighbour Hera will upset his old bachelor habits.
It's the late 1990's and Amsterdam-based writer Gerard F. Zwaen (Peter van de Witte) is not having the best of times. He is in the middle of a divorce, his standing as a writer is dwindling, his latest novel 'The Spider...' is not getting the acclaim he feels it deserves and he needs money. But with adversity comes opportunity, or so his accountant tells him. Zwaen's life takes a sudden turn when he stumbles upon an unexpected and horrific scene. The writer seems to see an opportunity in it, though... It's not long before Zwaen starts getting visits from a host of colorful characters. Crooked tax inspector Leon (Ton Kas), drugs trafficker Clyde (Michiel Romeyn) and internal affairs agent Willem (Ruben van der Meer) all seem to suspect him of something. And then there's Zwaen's levelheaded girlfriend Lisa (Anniek Pheifer), an artist, who gets more and more involved in the writer's problems. The consequences of Zwaen's actions appear to lead him from the more worldly, to bigger and ...