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by Diederick Koopal


The turbulent life story of the legendary Dutch folk singer: André Hazes. An artist who loved the blues and who lived the blues. From his discovery as an 8-year-old street singer in the 1960’s to his dazzling rise to fame in the 1980’s. In the after- math of his career, when his famous voice is seriously affected by his deteriorating hearing and alcoholism, he relives the highlights of his extraordinary career.

international title: Blood, Sweat & Tears
original title: Bloed, Zweet & Tranen
country: Netherlands, Belgium
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Diederick Koopal
film run: 111'
release date: NL 2/04/2015, BE 29/04/2015
screenplay: Philip Delmaar, Frank Ketelaar, Diederick Koopal
cast: Martijn Fischer, Hadewych Minis, Fedja van Huêt, Raymond Thiry, Marcel Hensema, Matheu Hinzen, Eric Corton
cinematography by: Bert Pot
film editing: Marc Bechtold, Manu Van Hove
art director: Alfred Schaaf
costumes designer: Alette Kraan
music: Melcher Meirmans, Chrisnanne Wiegel, Joris Oonk
producer: Joost de Vries, Leontine Petit, Derk-Jan Warrink
co-producer: David Claikens, Dries Phlypo, Jean-Claude Van Rijckeghem, Alex Verbaere
production: Lemming Film, A Private View
backing: Nederlands Filmfonds, CoBO Fonds
distributor: A-Film Distribution, Paradiso Filmed Entertainment Belgique
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