Feature film about Charley (Marie Kooiman), the daughter of a garage owner who is on social security and refuses to talk as a result of her incestuous past. Along with a friend, she lures men to her house, seduces and poisons them and deprives the gentlemen of their genitals. Then, it comes to light that Charley can talk, all right. Van Gogh, who had an argument with film critic Hans Beerekamp, put on former festival director - then political journalist - Michiel Berkel as the sadistic inspector Beerekamp.


Production company
Wanker Brothers

Title: Charley
Year: 1986
Duration : 1 hour
Category: Feature film
Edition: NFF 1986

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