De minder gelukkige terugkeer van Joszef Katús naar het land van Rembrandt

Wim Verstappen Feature film - 1966 - 96 min.

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First full-length feature film by Wim Verstappen and producer Pim de la Parra about the dutchified Hungarian Joszef Katús, who after a months-long absence returns to Amsterdam on 29 April 1966. The arrival of the Provos changed a great deal in the Dutch capital. The film follows Katús, mostly roaming the streets, in a loose documentary style. The events are set against the backdrop of four national occasions - The Queen's Birthday, Labour Day, Liberation Day and Remembrance Day.


Production Company
Scorpio Films N.V.
Director of Photography
Sound on Set
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