Martijn Maria Smits (1980) does not aim for a large audience but has often won prizes with his work. With Waldstille, he again proves to be a Dutch filmmaker with a clear signature. The Hollywood Reporter also discovered this and, after the premiere in San Sebastian, wrote a favourable review of this oppressive drama from Brabant about Ben, who by a stupidity has his wife's death on his conscience. When his in-laws join him after serving his sentence at his...
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