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PHILEINE SAYS SORRY

by Robert Jan Westdijk

synopsis

In New York ‘ultrabitch’ Phileine gets to know the real value of her love for her boyfriend Max. At the point of losing Max to her best friend, Phileine learns the true meaning of love and says ‘sorry’ for the very first time in her life. Phileine Says Sorry based on the best-selling novel of Dutch writer Ronald Giphart.

international title: PHILEINE SAYS SORRY
original title: PHILEINE ZEGT SORRY
country: Netherlands
sales agent: Celluloid Dreams
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Robert Jan Westdijk
film run: 95'
release date: NL 09/10/03
screenplay: Robert Jan Westdijk
cast: Kim van Kooten, Michiel Huisman, Tara Elders, Liesbeth Kamerling, Liz Snoyink, Hadewych Minis, Daan Schuurmans, Kenan Raven
cinematography by: Bert Pot
film editing: Peter Alderliesten
art director: Dimitri Merkouov
costumes designer: Mariëlla Kallenberg
producer: Frans Van Gestel, Jeroen Beker, San Fu Maltha
production: Motel Films, Fu Works, Bnn Tv
distributor: A-Film Distribution
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