Elise Roodenburg, Soufyan el Hammouti Short documentary - 2018 - 26 min.

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The vlogging cousins Omar and Moggie from Rotterdam-Zuid try to answer the question why Dutch-Moroccan youngsters wear designer outfits – often more expensive than a monthly wage.

Documentary about what may be the most stereotyped group in Dutch society: Dutch-Moroccan boys. Many of them live in bad neighbourhoods, but wear very expensive designer brands. In some cases, the clothes cost more than a minimum monthly wage, which is why the link with crime is quickly made. So why do the boys still wear these expensive fashion items? And who are behind the designer outfits? Two vlogging cousins from Rotterdam-Zuid look for the boys behind the veil of money and status. 


Producer(s) Nynke Jurgens
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