Rudolf van den Berg Feature film - 1984 - 105 min.

Gouden Kalf-winnaar

Beste Regie Rudolf van den Berg

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Feature film début by director Rudolf van den Berg, based on Leon de Winter's novel La Place de la Bastille. A forty-year-old history teacher is captivated by an unknown man he coincidentally photographed on the street. He thinks the man resembles his twin brother, who disappeared during the war, and starts a search for the stranger and his own (Jewish) past. Awarded a Golden Calf for Best Direction in 1984.


Production Company
MGS Film
Director of Photography
Toni Kuhn
Production Design
Ruud van Dijk
Ad Roest
Sound on Set
Production Country