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170 HZ

by Joost van Ginkel

synopsis

The unconditional love between Nick (19) and Evy (16) has neither voice nor sound, as both are deaf mutes. When they sense that their parents oppose their relationship, they decide to flee and hide in the wreck of a submarine, where Evy tries to become pregnant. They are convinced that once they have a child together, nothing and nobody will be able to keep them apart. But in their cage of happiness Evy discovers that Nick has another reason to disappear.

original title: 170 Hz
country: Netherlands
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Joost van Ginkel
film run: 90'
release date: NL 01/03/2012
screenplay: Joost van Ginkel
cast: Gaite Jansen, Michael Muller
cinematography by: Rogier den Boer
film editing: Bob Soetekouw
art director: Ingrid Blankendaal
music: Pascal Plantinga
producer: Gijs van de Westelaken
production: Column Film
distributor: Cinéart Netherlands B.V.
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