<strong>De trein van zes uur tien</strong><br><a href="javascript:void(0)" onclick="Shadowbox.open({content: '/profs_en/persons/frank-ketelaar?film=de-trein-van-zes-uur-tien', player: 'iframe', width: 600, height: 300, title: 'Frank Ketelaar' });" text="Frank Ketelaar">Frank Ketelaar</a>, 1999<br>Debate<br> <strong>De trein van zes uur tien</strong><br><a href="javascript:void(0)" onclick="Shadowbox.open({content: '/profs_en/persons/frank-ketelaar?film=de-trein-van-zes-uur-tien', player: 'iframe', width: 600, height: 300, title: 'Frank Ketelaar' });" text="Frank Ketelaar">Frank Ketelaar</a>, 1999<br>Debate<br>

De trein van zes uur tien

 (The 18.10 Train)
This TV drama is one of a series of six telefilms, features made especially for Dutch public broadcasting. This one is a thriller. Onno (30) applies for a dream job as curator in Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum. He makes it through to the last round with the arrogant yuppie Alex. The younger and self-assured Alex seems to have a better chance of getting the job and Onno will not tolerate that. A few days before the last interview, he kidnaps his opponent and locks him up in a remote cottage that his girlfriend has just inherited near a railway line. As soon as he gets the job, he releases his victim. Three years later - Onno now lives together and has a son - he is a successful curator at the Rijksmuseum and needs an assistant. While interviewing applicants, he is confronted with Alex, now blind in one eye.
Production year1999
Length90 minutes
Production countryNetherlands
DirectorFrank Ketelaar
ProducerHans de Weers
Co-ProducerJustine Paauw
Executive producerArnold Heslenfeld
ScenarioFrank Ketelaar
CameraTom Erisman
Production DesignRikke Jelier
Production DesignAlfred Schaaf
Set GeluidBen Zijlstra
EditorRené Wiegmans
MuziekVincent van Warmerdam
Production companyEgmond Film and Television
TV companyAVRO TV
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