Controversial film by the intrepid Dutch duo Pim & Wim in which Ramses Shaffy is unable to choose between two lovers.
'Pim & Wim' had planned this low-budget film, shot in fifteen weeks and with improvised dialogue, as their debut. Author Frank's debut novel is successful, but he needs the proceeds to pay off a debt and his girlfriend Mascha ends their relationship. He meets another woman, but he and Mascha also seem to make amends. These amorous vicissitudes give him inspiration for a new book, which will deal with eroticism in the Netherlands. Featuring Ramses Shaffy and in a supporting role the still fairly unknown Michael York.
Duration : 1 hour, 20 minutes
Category: Feature film
Edition: NFF 2009
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