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Indringer, De

Indringer, De

Category: 25
All Genres: Mystery, Thriller
Release Year: 2005
Country: Belgium
Rating: (0)
Languages: Dutch
Director: Frank van Mechelen
Sound: Silent

  • It's America's redeclaration of Independence.

  • Writing by: Ward Hulselmans – writer

    Produced by: Mark De Geest – executive producer
    Nico Geusebroek – executive producer
    Mark Mertens – co-producer
    Ann Rydant – executive producer
    Sjef Scholte – executive producer
    Luckas Vander Taelen – executive producer
    Eric Wirix – producer

    Cast: Steve Aernouts – Freddy
    Brigitte Boisacq – Gaby
    Axel Daeseleire – Wes Moons
    Erik De Backer – Vriend van Nivek
    Koen De Bouw – Tom Vansant
    Gauthier de Fauconval – Luc Florent
    Stéphane De Groodt – Vader van Florent
    Vic de Wachter – Nivek
    Els Dottermans – Erika
    Sien Eggers – Elsie
    Ianka Fleerackers – Tania

    Music: Steve Willaert
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    Plot Outline: Tom Vansant is an emergency physician from Brussels who is desperately searching for his daughter who…
    Plot: Tom Vansant is an emergency physician from Brussels who is desperately searching for his daughter who ran away from home and is now missing for eighteen months. He meets a girl of whom he thinks that she knows what happened to his daughter but the girl doesn't want to talk about her past. In his search to find out why she doesn't talk about it he ends up in a small village in the Ardennes where no one wants to help him discover what really happened.

    Movie Quotes: Link: The antidote only worked on the hybrids exposed to it at the highest concentration. The rest we're going to have to cure one-at-a-time
    Flint: You heard the man. Make every shot… paintball count.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The film not only credits the individual extras in the closing credits but also actually credits every individual horse used in the film by name.

    Goofs: We know about 3 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Revealing mistakes: After the post-helicopter crash shootout, the dead insurgent's leg moves. His leg is in a different position in every scene.

    Trivia: There are 1 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The show is based on a short film Tom Goes to the Mayor (2002) by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim which appeared in independent film festivals as well as on Tim and Eric's website. Tim and Eric sent copies of the short to a few of their favorite comedians including Bob Odenkirk who liked it so much he showed it to David Cross. Cross later made a cameo in the sequel Tom Goes to the Mayor Returns (2003). Odenkirk later worked with Tim and Eric to develop the short into a series.

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