Documentary about the rise and flourishing of the trade in second-hand clothes. Since the mid-sixties, second-hand clothing has been a major fashion item in the Western world. Traders take advantage of this by selecting potentially remunerative items from truck-loads of give aways. The documentary Ongeregeld goed sketches, using conversations with three insiders, a picture of the world of second-hand clothing. Amsterdam Flea-Market trader Ger Horn talks about the history and development of the trade. Laura Dols runs a boutique in the heart of the Jordaan district and André Noorda is one of the new generation of fashion designers who use what they find on the second-hand market for their creations.

Credits

Mixage
Production company
Jura Filmprodukties
TV company
NCRV TV

Title: Ongeregeld goed
Year: 1996
Duration : 40 minutes
Category: Short Documentary
Edition: NFF 1996

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