Konraad, 83, has written a letter to his relatives saying he wants to die. Maria, Konraads daughter and only child, refuses to discuss her fathers wish. Instead, she wants to move him to a ... See full synopsis »
Catherine ten Bruggencate,
The 7 part black dramedy follows the comical exploits of four gigolos, the Callboys, while testosterone-driven management, petty arguments and deaf-mute ambition make their short-lived business crash and burn.
Four girl friends in their late twenties go on a reunion weekend to the sea, to the house where they spent their teenage years. What should have been a convivial gathering deteriorates into... See full summary »
"Terug naar Morgen" is that kind of movie that sticks to your mind for some days. The story (a scientist fiddling with the past because of emotional reasons) is well thought off, has several layers and sideways. Watching this movie is like reading a good intriguing book. The performances of the actors are excellent (I liked for example very much the way every character has a slightly different personality in the different time episodes). The movie has been made with a lot of attention to details, which invites to watch it a second time. On top of this, it is very pleasant and symbolic that the movie has been shot in the famous and beautiful Belgian university town of Leuven. In short: recommended !
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