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Kaat Beels, Peter Vandekerckhove, Marc Didden

Bruxelles mon amour

50' - 2001 - Drama - Dialogue: Dutch
Director: Kaat Beels, Peter Vandekerckhove, Marc Didden Composer: Tom Barman With: Sara de Bosschere, Amid Chakir, Josse De Pauw
Saint-Quentinstraat, Brussels, the year 2000. A forgotten street in the shadow of the ever expanding business district. We meet some of the people who still live there. Hannah is a young woman who actually enjoys living in the neighbourhood. One night, she gets a visit from her ex-boyfriend Jens. Together they recollect memories and wonder if they still feel something for each other. Louise is one of the true old Belgians of the neighbourhood. Against her own will, she lets out her elderly house to migrants. Cheb is a young Morocan who lives in a squat, together with two friends. He has an affair with a young Flemish woman. When his mother informs him about the sudden death of his mother, Cheb has his doubts: does he want to stay or leave?

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Credits

Director

Kaat Beels, Peter Vandekerckhove, Marc Didden

Composer

Tom Barman

With

Sara de Bosschere, Amid Chakir, Josse De Pauw

Scenario

Kaat Beels, Marc Didden, Peter Vandekerckhove

Director of Photography

Michel Baudour, Micha Douwes, Willy Stassen

Editor

Ludo Troch

Producer

Kaat Camerlynck

More information

Dialogue

Dutch

Countries of production

Belgium

Year

2001

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