De kassière

Ben Verbong Feature film - 1989 - 115 min.

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Dreamy check-out girl is made pregnant by a black GI. After he is murdered by racists, she decides to support her child by robbing banks and stores. The only ones who seem to understand her are the midwife Monique van de Ven and the student drop-out Thom Hoffman. The film was a hit, partly thanks to the soundtrack by Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics and the title song that Stewart played with Dutch saxophonist Candy Dulfer.


Director(s) Ben Verbong
Script Ben Verbong
Producer(s) Chris Brouwer
Haig Balian
Production Company
Director of Photography
Lex Wertwijn
Production Design
Dorus van der Linden
Ton de Graaff
Sound on Set