We’re thrilled to announce a complete re-design of the American Cinematheque website. See The New Site Now >
2016, 115 min, Belgium/Ireland, Dir: Geoffrey Enthoven

Even after his twin brother Michel’s (Koen De Graeve) death, Mark (Koen De Bouw) still seethes at him for the failures of his marriage and the family hotel. When he gets a message intended for Michel from wealthy former flame Grace (Alison Doody), Mark thinks he can regain some of what he’s lost by impersonating his brother – but he has no idea what he’s walking into. The third collaboration between director Enthoven and screenwriter Pierre De Clercq is a seamless mix of thriller, family drama and a touch of buddy comedy. With Titus De Voogdt and Udo Kier. In Dutch and English with English subtitles.

2014, Films Boutique, 115 min, Belgium, Dir: Geoffrey Enthoven

Embroiled in a nasty divorce, Stef (Koen De Graeve) needs a new place to live and manages to find a luxury house at a rock-bottom price. But when he moves in, Stef discovers the previous owner, Theo (Jurgen Delnaet), still in the living room and unwilling to vacate. An additional complication: Theo died two years earlier. In Dutch with English subtitles.

2011, Kinepolis Film Distribution, 115 min, Belgium, Dir: Geoffrey Enthoven

Jozef, Phillip and Lars (Tom Audenaert, Robrecht Vanden Thoren and Gilles De Schryver) are united as friends and isolated from their peers for the same reason: the three young men all have special needs. When Phillip hears of a Spanish brothel that caters to people with disabilities, he schemes up a road trip that will get the trio laid and also assert their independence from parental control. Of course their independence still entails a caretaker, which adds Claude (Isabelle de Hertogh) to the mix, a gruff, stocky woman who only speaks French. With Claude's help, the three travel from Belgium to Spain in a quest to end their virginities in Geoffrey Enthoven's endlessly pleasing comedy. Winner of the Grand Prize of the Americas Award and the Audience Award at the 2011 Montreal World Film Festival. In Dutch with English subtitles.

Syndicate content