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FALSE WALTZ

by Mark De Cloe

synopsis

False Waltz provides a glimpse through the peep-hole into a love life. Forty years of relationship are bracketed between a couple's first and last nights. It begins with their passionate meeting in a seedy seaport bar, at the end of a false waltz.
Years later, they have ended up on the inevitable couch, time standing still in their living room while the TV screen dominates their lives. And before they realize it, they've grown old: he's more stubborn and she's more obstinate.

international title: False Waltz
original title: Valse Wals
country: Netherlands
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Mark De Cloe
film run: 62'
release date: NL 22/12/2005
screenplay: Ria Marks, Mark De Cloe, Titus Tiel Groenestege
cast: Ria Marks, Titus Tiel Groenestege, René van 't Hof, Beppe Costa, Ricky Koole
cinematography by: Mick Van Rossum, Richard Van Oosterhout
film editing: Moek De Groot
art director: Eric Bernhard, Joppe van der Zwan
costumes designer: Carin Eilers
music: Rainier Henschel
producer: Marc Van Warmerdam, Nicolien Luttels, Justine Paauw
production: Orkater, AVRO
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