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Joost Ranzijn Television drama - 2000 - 76 min.

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One year after the fatal accident that took away their son Floris when he was 11, the distress of the Mensch family is still visible. Father, mother and their daughter Sacha (now 17) each come to terms with the loss in their own way and become completely alienated from each other. The mother's bouts of depression shape the oppressive mood. The introvert Sacha suffers in these surroundings. She is also about to sit her exams. The truck-driver who killed Floris has been trying to contact the family for a year, but mother anxiously hides his letters. She wants nothing to do with the murderer. Sacha has reached the stage when she wants to know exactly what happened, especially as she, as elder sister, feels guilty about his death. She starts looking for the driver.

Credits

Director(s) Joost Ranzijn
Script Ray Jenkins
Jane Waltman
Producer(s) Gerrit Visscher
Hans Emans
Production Company
Director of Photography
Peter de Bont
Production Design
Ingrid Kokhuis
Editing
Mixing
Wim Post
Sound on Set
Music
Cast
TV Company
Production Country
Netherlands