The state of the country based on speeches at weddings, funerals and meetings. Despite all prosperity, an image emerges of a country in a state of moral confusion. What are we actually afraid of?
A portrait of the Netherlands based on speeches at weddings, party meetings, funerals, public events, political meetings and protest rallies. The documentary captures the current mood of the times and reveals a country compartmentalised into all sorts of groups and subcultures. It is a nation that, despite all the happiness, is in a state of moral confusion.But what are we actually afraid of? A kaleidoscope of scenes confronts the viewer, disconcertingly and sometimes touchingly, with this and other questions and moral issues.

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Title: Sprekend Nederland
Year: 2018
Duration : 1 hour, 22 minutes
Category: Long Documentary
Edition: NFF 2019

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