BRUSSELS BY NIGHT

By : Marc Didden

With : François Beukelaers, Ingrid De Vos, Amid Chakir,Michiel Mentens
Belgique, 1983, PAL, 16/9 - 87 min
toutes zones, couleur, dolby digital 2.0


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BRUSSELS BY NIGHT

Directed by : Marc Didden
With : François Beukelaers, Ingrid De Vos, Amid Chakir,Michiel Mentens

Belgique, 1983, PAL, 16/9 - 87 min
All zones, color, dolby digital 2.0

Language : Dutch. Subtitles : English, French, Dutch

The remarkable debut of former rock critic Marc Didden, based on his price-winning screenplay. The film won the best debut price at the San Sebastian film festival. BRUSSELS BY NIGHT was hailed as the first Flemish movie set in the big city that was inspired by the present and not an adaptation of some classic Flemish novel. We follow Max as he wanders through Brussels at night. He meets three different people, who, each in their own way, try to relate to his despair: an old colleague, the barkeeper Alice and the Arab Abdel. From there, the story unfolds, ending disastrously on the inclining plateau of Ronquières.


Bonus :
Documentary THE BRUSSELS BY NIGHT ARCHIVES (37'), Short films : DE SMEERLAPPEN (by Frank Van Passel, 1993), CHEB (by Marc Didden, 2000), Trailers of BRUSSELS BY NIGHT (1983), ISTANBUL (1985), and SALIORS DON'T CRY (1989)


Watch a video excerpt :
BRUSSELS BY NIGHT bande annonce
envoyé par malavidafilms. - Court métrage, documentaire et bande annonce.