The Darkroom of Damocles
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De donkere kamer van Damocles
Ina Rilke (2007), Roy Edwards (1962)
Henri Osewoudt is a modest shopkeeper suffering from low self-esteem.
During the war, his look-alike persuades him to commit violent acts of resistance. After the war, he has trouble proofing that he was acting on the orders of the resistance.
Adapted for the screen by Fons Rademakers (Like two drops of water, 1963).
Star Children, The Lady Tree, I Shall Maintain, Old Amsterdam, The Golden Tulip, The Coffee Trader, Snarleyyow, Rembrandt’s Whore, Van Rijn, The Glass Bridge, I am Rosemarie, The Drowning Room, The House of Windjammer, The Moneylender's Daughter, The Count of Talavera, John Company, Key of Gold, The Silent Sin, Tulip Fever, History of a Pleasure Seeker, The Cocaine Salesman
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