Cine­matic confronta­tion between docu­men­tary film­maker Frans Bromet and his polit­i­cally committed daughter Laura — in search of the spirit of the times.
Cine­matic confronta­tion between docu­men­tary film­maker Frans Bromet and his polit­i­cally committed daughter Laura. In his quest for the spirit of the times, Bromet comes across all sorts of unpalat­able issues, such as the domi­nant manage­ment culture, the poor state of elderly care and health­care, housing and educa­tion, the growing energy prob­lems and the rotten finan­cial sector. The film­maker is annoyed about the focus on stream­lining and effi­ciency among the growing managers force, which increas­ingly loses sight of the human dimen­sion. He discusses these topics with his daughter Laura, a local coun­cillor for Groen­Links. The two confront each other with other people’s opin­ions, like a histo­rian, a cler­gyman and a film­maker. They have their discus­sions while driving an orange Canta across the Dutch polders, and use the neces­sary vintage Bromet humour.

Credits

Director
Executive producer
Sound Design
Production company
Pieter van Huystee Film & TV
Bromet & dochters
TV company
Human TV
Distributor NL
Cinema Delicatessen

Title: Alles van waarde
Year: 2011
Duration : 1 hour, 34 minutes
Category: Long Documentary
Edition: NFF 2012

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