Vergeten straat (1999)

  |  Drama, Romance


Vergeten straat (1999) Poster

A celebrated Flemish writer, occupying a small apartment in a big Belgian city, which he uses as a working-place, witnesses how the inhabitants of a dead-end street try to fight the injustice of expropriation.


6.4/10
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28 November 2003 | sophie_lem21
3
| A film to forget
This is a typical Belgian movie; it is slow, boring, pointless, and it feels old and theatrical. The only reason why I still gave this movie a 3 out of 10 is because it made an effort to make something good out of the novel from Louis Paul Boon. Which is not easy. But the actors are all so fake. There is not even a single scene where you experience even a bit involvement with the story of those people making their street the center of their habitat. The technical aspects of the film are good. The problem lies more in the choices the film made and the directions it took.

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Dutch


Country of Origin

Belgium

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