Tragicomic short film, partly spoken in dialect, tells the story of Carlo Canetti, a Fleming whose misfortune it is to be the cousin of an amateur soccer player.
As in Roskam's short film Haun!, violence again plays a role in Carlo. This tragicomic short film, partly spoken in dialect, tells the story of Carlo Canetti, a Fleming whose misfortune it is to be the cousin of an amateur soccer player. A film about fortune and chance, about Flemish and Walloon people, identity changes and fate.

Title: Carlo
Year: 2004
Duration : 19 minutes
Category: Short Feature
Edition: NFF 2004

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