Début film by Marleen Gorris provides a pessimistic view of male-female relationships. Three women who have never met join forces to murder a boutique owner on the spur of the moment. Golden Calf for the Best Film in 1982.
Film with feminist tenor gives a pessimistic view of man-woman relationships. Three different women, who do not know each other, murder a boutique owner without a preconceived plan. Psychiatrist Cox Habbema is assigned to determine whether or not this is a case of diminished responsibility. Through flashbacks, it becomes clear that each woman has a very understandable reason for the assassination. Golden Calf for Best Film in 1982.
Sigma Pictures Productions b.v.
Gouden Kalf winner
Beste Lange Speelfilm (1982)
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