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Sunday, April 29, 2007

"A poet who reads his verse in public may have other nasty habits." - Robert Heinlein

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The 17th European Union Film Festival

It is good to see that unlike last year, Belgian is not a language anymore. I don't know about Austrian, since there aren't any films from Austria.

I was browsing through the list of films (none of which I can watch anyway, since I'll be in the US for most of May - which also means I'll be missing another opera [Die Walküre]), and made a shocking discovery:



"THE ALZHEIMER CASE (DE ZAAK ALZHEIMER) (M18)
Directed by Erik Van Looy, Belgium, 2003, 120 minutes
Drama – French – English subtitles

Synopsis:
When a key civil servant is murdered, the Antwerp police force puts its top crime investigators, Vincke (Koen de Bouw) and Verstruyft (Werner De Smedt), on the case. The trail leads to hitman Angelo Ledda (Jan Decleir). Showing symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, Ledda finds it increasingly difficult to carry out assignments. When he discovers that he is being used in a political power game, he decides to bite the hand that feeds him. Vincke and Verstruyft have a hard time trying to disentangle the web of intrigue, settlements and networks, in order to prevent further killings."


Damnit. The Wallonese have managed to make the Flemish speak French too...
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