Holland - Point of View

Pieter-Rim de Kroon Short documentary - 1999 - 14 min.

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Holland - Point of View was commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In this film, the viewer is taken on a strange trip through Holland. We find out a lot about the country on the way. Much of it is below sea-level, a country of bulbs, cows, windmills, but also one of free-thinking people, democratic politics and a rich culture. The aim is to promote Holland abroad.

Credits

Director(s) Pieter-Rim de Kroon
Producer(s) Govard-Jan de Jong
Carla Schutte
Production Company
Director of Photography
Joost van Starrenburg
Pieter-Rim de Kroon
Editing
Paul Breddels
Mixing
Music
Production Country
Netherlands