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Kleine Teun (Little Tony)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama, Comedy
Release Date:January 1, 1999
Running time:95 minutes
Cast:Alex van Warmerdam, Annet Malherbe, Ariane Schluter, Sebastiaan te Wierik
Director:Alex van Warmerdam
Producer:Ton Schippers, Alex van Warmerdam
Writer:Alex van Warmerdam

Description: For his fourth feature, Dutch director Alex van Warmerdam based this dark Dutch comedy on his own play about power struggles within a menage a trois at an isolated farmhouse where dull-witted farmer Brand (van Warmerdam) lives with his overweight wife Keet (Annet Malherbe), who is unable to bear a child. Since Brand is illiterate, Keet invites bright city gal Lena (Ariane Schluter) into the house to give Brand some book learning. As Brand becomes attracted to his curvy teacher, he gets encouragement from Keet, who makes him tell Lena that he and Keet are brother and sister. Lena moves in, and Brand is soon trapped between the two women. Keet represses her natural hostility toward Lena and moves into the background as Lena gives birth to Little Tony. At this point, Keet plans to get rid of Lena, but there are complications and twists. Shown in the Certain Regard section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.~ Bhob Stewart, All Movie Guide

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