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DORST

by Saskia Diesing

synopsis

Twenty-something Coco has no idea what she wants to do with her life. A hopeless affair with the recently divorced fifty-something Hans is ample evidence of that. When one day she bumps into her mother Elisabeth in town, her mother tells her that she is terminally ill. And then she walks away with a throwaway “let’s call sometime”, leaving her daughter in confusion. This is symptomatic of the difficult relationship between the two of them: one is distant and rational, the other yearns for attention and love. In an ultimate attempt to get closer, Coco decides to move back in with her mother and care for her. That leads to painful revelations and tragicomic situations.

original title: Dorst
country: Netherlands
sales agent: Media Luna New Films
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Saskia Diesing
film run: 95'
screenplay: Saskia Diesing, Esther Gerritsen
cast: Simone Kleinsma, Elise van 't Laar, Leopold Witte, Stefan de Walle, Margôt Ros, René Groothof, Patrick Stoof
cinematography by: Aage Hollander
film editing: Axel Skovdal Roelofs
music: Paul Eisenach
producer: Hanneke Niens, Hans De Wolf
production: KeyFilm
distributor: September Film Distribution Netherlands
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