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    • Heddy Honigmann
    • Netherlands
    • 2000
    • 50 min
    • Special Screenings: 10 Commandments
    In this personal contemplation of the eighth commandment, Heddy Honigmann talks with thieves and their victims about stealing and being robbed. From petty thefts by adolescents (lipstick, coffee, toothpaste), via the explanation of the shell trick, we go to violent street robberies, missing people in Argentina, and fare dodging on the bus. Man is vulnerable, because all kinds of things can be stolen from him, immaterial matters (a feeling of safety, the heart, a life) weighing heavier than material ones. Heddy Honigmann’s documentaries have won many press and audience awards at festivals, both in the Netherlands and abroad. Last year, she was presented with the IDFA audience award for CRAZY, a documentary about the comfort of music to Dutch UN soldiers returning from war zones. CRAZY also won a Golden Calf at this year’s Dutch Film Festival.

    Credits

    • 50 min
    • color
    • video
    • Spoken languages: Dutch, Spanish
    Director
    Heddy Honigmann
    Production
    Pieter van Huystee for Pieter van Huystee Film
    Cinematography
    Gregor Meerman
    Editing
    Patrick Minks
    Sound
    Rik Meier

    IDFA history

    2000
    Screened
    Special Screenings: 10 Commandments
    2000

    special screenings - Errol Morris

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