Low-budget film on the subject of relationships, shot in the Amsterdam Hilton. Blind Date tells the story of a man and a woman confronted with the death of their three-year-old daughter Annabel. They fight each other and the world without in their attempt to come to terms with this gigantic sorrow. The dead girl watches her parents from the afterlife and expresses her dissatisfaction with the situation in a narration. But does the little girl still have the right to bother her Mommy and Daddy? Awarded with three Golden Calves: Best Director, Best Actor (Peer Mascini) and Best Actress (Renée Fokker).

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Production Design
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Production company
Bergen Film & TV
Theo van Gogh Produkties
Distributor NL
Moonlight Films

Title: Blind Date
Year: 1996
Duration : 1 hour, 30 minutes
Category: Feature film
Edition: NFF 2005

Gouden Kalf winner

Beste Regie (1996)
Theo van Gogh
Beste Actrice (1996)
Renée Fokker
Beste Acteur (1996)
Peer Mascini

Gouden Kalf nominees

Beste Lange Speelfilm (1996)
Theo van Gogh

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