Dunya & Desie - Blinde Liefde

Dana Nechushtan Television drama - 2003 - 25 min.

Gouden Kalf-nominatie

Beste Televisiedrama Dana Nechushtan

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Episode from the thirteen-part series about the sixteen-year-old adolescent bosom friends from Amsterdam-North. The girls spy on Dunya's new handsome neighbour. Dunya is secretly in love, but there is also something strange about the boy.

Episode from second series (of thirteen episodes) about the day-to-day worries of Dunya and Desie, the two now (almost) sixteen-year-old adolescent bosom friends from Amsterdam-North. Moroccan Dunya lives with her parents and brother, Dutch cheeky Desie with her divorced, bleached hair and tight legging wearing type of mother. Against all school and house rules, the girls always have to know better. Dunya has the role of narrator. Her voice-over tells the spectator what keeps the girls busy. In Blinde liefde (Blind Love), new people have moved in opposite of Dunya's home. Desie is intrigued and both the girls spy on her handsome neighbour. Dunya is secretly in love, but there is also something strange about the boy.

Credits

Director(s) Dana Nechushtan
Producer(s) Marina Blok
Executive Producer
George van Breemen
Director of Photography
Bert Pot, NSC
Mick van Rossum
Editing
Mixage
Jeroen Philips
Sound on Set
Cast
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Production Country
Netherlands