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SUPERSTITION

by Kenneth Hope

synopsis

English-spoken psychological thriller, loosely based on actual events. The English 19-year-old Julie works as an au pair for a rich Italian couple. She does not have an easy job. While the master of the house (Derek de Lint) flirts with her, the mother blames her for paying too much attention to the father

original title: Superstition
country: Netherlands, United Kingdom, Luxembourg
sales agent: Vine International Pictures, Aktis Film International GmbH
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Kenneth Hope
film run: 93'
release date: NL 23/05/2002
screenplay: Paul Hoffman, Kate Dennis
cast: Charlotte Rampling, Mark Strong, Sienna Guillory, David Warner, Alice Krige, Frances Barber
cinematography by: Stephen Smith
film editing: Kevin Whelan
art director: Wilbert Van Dorp
costumes designer: Sabine Snijders
music: John Ewbank
producer: Bob Hubar, Denis Wigman, Jimmy de Brabant
production: Movie Masters
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