Phileine says Sorry 

Phileine says Sorry


On impulse ‘powerbabe’ Phileine travels to New York where her boyfriend and actor Max participates in an international Shakespeare project.

 

Her suspicion that he is more interested in his co-star Joanne then in her drives her into the arms of Joanne’s boyfriend. In a fit of envy Phileine disturbs Max and Joanne’s intimate interpretation of Romeo and Juliet and finds herself appearing on several TV screens all over New York after giving an interview to a local news station. Her newly obtained national fame doesn’t bring her the happiness she hoped for. In the luxurious loneliness of her Waldorf Astoria hotel suite Phileine finally realizes that Max means more to her than she had ever imagined. When Max finds out about her infidelity he doesn’t want to see her again. At the last moment Phileine saves him from the grasping hands of her best friends by saying sorry at the stage of a gala night.

Directed by 

Robert Jan Westdijk


Written by 

Robert Jan Westdijk


Original Title 

Phileine zegt Sorry


  • Based on 
  • the novel of Ronald Giphart
  • Year 
  • 2003
  • Length 
  • 90'
  • Language 
  • Dutch
  • World Sales 
  • Fortissimo Film Sales
  • Distributor 
  • A-Film Distribution
  • Cast 
  • Kim van Kooten, Michiel Huisman, Tara Elders, Liesbeth Kamerling, Liz Snoyink
  • Producer(s) 
  • Jeroen Beker, Frans van Gestel
  • Co-producer(s) 
  • Fu Works, BNN
  • Director of Photography 
  • Bert Pot
  • Editor 
  • Peter Alderliesten
  • Casting 
  • Kemna Casting
  • Sound design 
  • Herman Pieete
  • Art Direction 
  • Dimitri Merkoulov
  • Film Music 
  • Richard Cameron

    Credits are not contractual

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