The new series of NPO Telefilms is coming. Telefilms have been specially created for television. NPO3 broadcasts them. These films cover current social issues, from refugee issues to talent shows. We recommend some of them.
Telefilms’ new series consists six films, all with the same theme: crime. NPO 3 will broadcast the series in two parts. The first three films will be shown weekly starting September 19, 2021, and the final three films on Monday January 3, 2022. We will soon have more information about the three final films.
Fabian Ploch is a charismatic politician who was also a candidate for the post of prime minister. He was accused of sexual abuse right before the election. Amanda, a well-known thriller author, claims Fabian raped Amanda 25 years ago at an University of Amsterdam introductory weekend. On the night it happened, Amanda was 17 and Fabian 20. the seat is set entirely in a courtroom, showing how painful and uncomfortable such a trial is for the victim. It is a compelling film that speaks to today’s issues.
Would you be willing to go beyond the boundaries of love for someone you care about? Retired Detective Ron does. Ron struggles to keep out of the investigation after his granddaughter is reported missing. He and his family feel more and more anxious as fear and insecurity build and so he begins his own investigation. His own research leads him to cross boundaries, but at what price? Dwaalspoor is a film with a lot of tension, emotion and a surprising ending.
Two men, Rick & Mark, are attacked under the church’s shadow. It was a senseless act of violence. Anti-gay violence The filmmaker and the detective are not sure what exactly transpired. The film shows both sides going to the search for the truth. However, many questions remain. Why aren’t the victims reporting? What secrets may be hiding in this religious community? Everything of value is a strong film and very compelling because of the unique film style.
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