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SÜSKIND

by Rudolf Van den Berg

synopsis

Amsterdam, 1942. In an attempt to keep a group of children from being sent to the death camps, the Jew Walter Süskind befriends SS officer Ferdinand Aus der Fünten. When the latter finds out that Walter is conning him and his affection was faked, the Nazi takes revenge on the Jew.

original title: Süskind
country: Netherlands
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Rudolf Van den Berg
film run: 118'
release date: NL 19/01/2012, BE 25/01/2012
screenplay: Chris W. Mitchell, Rudolf Van den Berg
cast: Jeroen Spitzenberger, Karl Markovics, Nyncke Beekhuyzen, Katja Herbers, Nasrdin Dchar
cinematography by: Guido van Gennep
film editing: Job ter Burg
art director: Hubert Pouille
producer: Mardou Jacobs, Jeroen Koolbergen, San Fu Maltha, Reinier Selen, Pierre Spengler
production: Cadenza Films bv, Fu Works
distributor: Independent Films
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