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Author: Paul VerhoevenSan Fu MalthaGerard SoetemanCarice van HoutenSebastian KochAll authors
Publisher: Culver City, Calif. : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, [2007]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : DutchView all editions and formats
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Rachel is the daughter of an affluent Rotterdam Jewish family who are ambushed while trying to escape into Allied territory. She alone survives, and ends up in the Dutch Resistance, transformed into blond Ellis de Vries, playing Mata Hari to high-ranking German officer Ludwig Müntze. The officer can feel the Allies closing in, and is eager to forge a separate peace with the resistance fighters who may soon become  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Motion pictures, Dutch
Foreign films
Feature films
Suspense films
War films
Thrillers (Motion pictures)
Thriller
War
Drama
Teatro
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Verhoeven; San Fu Maltha; Gerard Soeteman; Carice van Houten; Sebastian Koch; Thom Hoffman; Halina Reijn; Waldemar Kobus; Derek de Lint; Christian Berkel; Michiel Huisman; Karl Walter Lindenlaub; Anne Dudley; Fu Works (Firm); VIP 4 (Firm); Sony Pictures Classics (Firm); Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (Firm); Egoli Tossell Film AG.
ISBN: 1424851572 9781424851577 1424873002 9781424873005
OCLC Number: 150881663
Language Note: In Dutch with optional subtitles in French, English, or Spanish.
Notes: Originally produced as a Dutch motion picture in 2006.
Special features: Commentary with director Paul Verhoeven [audio feature]; Black book : the special [making of featurette] (26 min.); previews (21 min.).
"Special features are not rated and may not be subtitled or closed captioned"--Container.
Credits: Director of photography, Karl Walter Lindenlaub ; editors, Job ter Burg and James Herbert ; music, Anne Dudley.
Cast: Carice van Houten (Rachel/Ellis), Sebastian Koch (Ludwig Müntze), Thom Hoffman (Hans Akkermans), Halina Reijn (Ronnie), Waldemar Kobus (Günther Franken), Derek de Lint (Gerben Kuipers), Christian Berkel (General Käutner), Dolf de Vries (Notary Smaal), Peter Blok (Van Gein), Michiel Huisman (Rob).
Awards: Winner, Golden Calf Award, Nederlands Film Festival, 2006 for Best Actress (Carice van Houten); Best Director (Paul Verhoeven); Best Film (San Fu Maltha).
Target Audience: MPAA rating: rated R for some strong violence, graphic nudity, sexuality and language.
Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 146 min.) : sd., color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; Region 1; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround; widescreen presentation, aspect ratio 2.35:1.
Contents: Friend from the war --
Air raid --
Visitor in the night --
Massacre --
Smuggled in --
Resistance --
Strangers on a train --
Change in plans --
Infiltration --
Music with a murder --
Sleeping with the enemy --
Interrogation --
Planting the bug --
Listening in --
Kidnap gone wrong --
Suspicion --
Rescue attempt --
Ambush --
Betrayal --
Liberation --
Parade --
Death warrant --
Branded a traitor --
Chocolate --
Black book --
Failed escape --
Suffication --
End credits.
Other Titles: Black book
Responsibility: Sony Pictures Classics ; Fu Works presents in association with Egoli Tossell Film [and others] a VIP Medienfonds 4 production ; producer, San Fu Maltha ; original story by Gerard Soeteman ; screenplay by Gerard Soeteman, Paul Verhoeven ; directed by Paul Verhoeven.
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Rachel is the daughter of an affluent Rotterdam Jewish family who are ambushed while trying to escape into Allied territory. She alone survives, and ends up in the Dutch Resistance, transformed into blond Ellis de Vries, playing Mata Hari to high-ranking German officer Ludwig Müntze. The officer can feel the Allies closing in, and is eager to forge a separate peace with the resistance fighters who may soon become the Dutch government, and keeps her secret. Meanwhile, someone in the resistance is systematically undermining the operation and betraying escaping Jewish families. For Rachel and Müntze alike, life in occupied Holland is terrifying. Expectations can be fatally reversed in seconds, and interlocking webs of secrecy and betrayal keep everyone always on edge.

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