44th edition 21 January - 1 February 2015

My Queen KaroBF-2010 

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The Belgian girl Karo moves in the 1970s with her parents to Amsterdam, at that time a city dominated by left-wing ideals and experimental ways of life. She becomes the basis of her parents' quarrels. Autobiographically inspired, sensitive coming-of-age drama by the maker of Meisje.

Ten-year-old Karo moves with her parents in the mid-1970s from Brussels to Amsterdam, the city where anything goes. Her father Raven is fighting for the redistribution of property and practices free love, to the great frustration of Karo’s shy yet sensible mother, Dalia. The family lives with several other hippies in a large squat, without privacy or running water. In a strange city, in a house without walls, Karo becomes the pawn of her quarrelling parents. Every friendship she makes is quickly ended. Jackie, the downstairs neighbour and whore with a golden heart is kicked out by the landlord and the children of squatter Alice are taken by their bourgeois father. It's only in the bright blue water of the swimming pool that Karo finds any comfort. Dorothée van den Berghe (Girl, 2002) makes use of her own experiences as a teenager in Amsterdam in the 1970s.

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Belgium, Netherlands 2009
DirectorDorothée van den Berghe
ProducerBert Hamelinck
 Frank van Passel
 Joseph Rouschop
 Caviar Film
 IDTV FILM/Motel Films
 Tarantula
SalesDoc & Film International
ScenarioDorothée van den Berghe, Peter van Kraaij
CastDéborah François
 Anna Franziska Jaeger
 Matthias Schoenaerts
 Maria Kraakman
 Nico Sturm
PhotographyJan Vancaille
EditorMarie-Hélene Dozo
Production designGert Stas
Sound designChristian Monheim
Length101'
Film format35mm
Websitewww.myqueenkaro.com
Themes
2010 Bright Future



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