The short feature film describes an average day in the life of the nineteen-year-old student Alfred Maassen. Alfred is at odds with his girlfriend, his friends and his parents, but especially with himself. David Lammers' graduation film was awarded a Golden Calf for Best Short Film in 2001.
Gouden Kalf winner
Beste Korte Film (2001)
Gouden Kalf nominees
Tuschinski Award (2001)
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