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13. Feb 2003 at 15:24
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A new Dutch movie that had its theatrical release today.

The story is about ten-year old Andreas (David Geclovicz), a new kid in town. Since his parents are scientists he has been living all over the world. He gets befriended with his neighbour girl Vero (Fran Michiels) and two of her friends; Wietse (Wietse Tanghe) and Kasper (Jurre Baguet).

Together they secretly hear Andreas' parents talk and based on that there is only one conclusion: they're Aliens.....

More info on the official website (in Dutch): (You need to Login or Register to view media files and links)

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Reply #1 - 13. Feb 2003 at 18:27
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Wow! This looks like a really cool movie! I hope I get to see it one day... I'm afraid this might be one of about 400 great Dutch films I'll never have a chance to see with English subtitles...

Thanks for bringing it to our attention, socksoles.

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Reply #2 - 13. Feb 2003 at 21:19
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yeah this looks like fun...

I wish we had a foreign language channel that specialises in showing kids and family movies...  we tend to miss out on seeing many of these.
  
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Reply #3 - 28. Sep 2003 at 03:38
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R2 DVD of this movie had its release this week. The DVD includes a trailer and 'the making of...'. Big surprise: French AND English subtitles for those who have difficulty with the Dutch language.

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DVD is available through (You need to Login or Register to view media files and links) which has an English version of its website and delivers outside the Netherlands as well.

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Reply #4 - 28. Sep 2003 at 10:36
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Thanks that's Good News!

Very cool DVD cover too.
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Reply #5 - 02. Oct 2003 at 00:28
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<i>DVD is available through (You need to Login or Register to view media files and links) which has an English version of its website and delivers outside the Netherlands as well.</i>

Mr. 'soles, that's exactly the kind of information that's so invaluable to some of us here, and one of the many reasons why we love you so.  Smiley

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Reply #6 - 08. Oct 2003 at 16:45
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Sir J, you make me blush...... And I hope I'll be able to help you more in the future.

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Reply #7 - 06. Jun 2005 at 10:23
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Hello,

I am wondering if anyone is aware of what the collector edition of Science Fiction has to offer. It is available since february 2005 but proxis does not give any details about it.

  
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weell I just ordered the DVD Smiley
  
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weell I just ordered the DVD Smiley


Well aren't you bossy!
What did you order it to do?

  
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Well aren't you bossy!
What did you order it to do?


I ordered it to come to my house Smiley
  
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Smiley I saw again this evening this belgian movie. I liked very much the very good play of David GECLOWICZ, Jurre BAGUET and Wietse TAUGHE i, parts of Andréas, Kasper and Wietse. My movie rating is 7/10 !


  
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Reply #13 - 03. Sep 2013 at 00:09
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This is a good film with an excellent story


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Reply #14 - 03. Sep 2013 at 05:47
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I'll take your word for that bowser  Cool. Now I just have to find it online
  
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