Carice van Houten at an event for Black Book () Carice van Houten in Black Book () Paul Verhoeven and Karl Walter Lindenlaub in Black Book (). Carice van Houten and Michiel Huisman in Black Book () Carice van Houten in Black Book () Paul Verhoeven at an event for Black Book (). Black Book (Dutch: Zwartboek) is a war drama thriller film co-written and directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Carice van Houten, Sebastian Koch.

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"Black Book" tells the moving story of a young Jewish woman who joins the Resistance in The Hague and gets entangled in a deadly web of double-dealing and. In the Nazi-occupied Netherlands during World War II, a Jewish singer infiltrates the regional Gestapo headquarters for the Dutch resistance. Release Date: 09/12/ black book movie. In the early s, director Paul Verhoeven was just a boy, and his family lived in the.

In today's world of dumbed down characters, most men aren't given the kind of respect accorded to Rachel, let alone women. It's in Holland, and Jewish singer Rachel Stein is in hiding. A brief reunion with her family turns to tragedy when they are betrayed and gunned down by a group of Nazi soldiers.

Rachel is the lone survivor. At first, she does menial jobs but is eventually "promoted" to a position of importance.

The seduction is easy, but Rachel traps herself by falling for the dashing man, who risks his career and life to protect her when he learns her secret. Black Book possesses a taut, exciting script that throws surprises at the viewer on a regular basis.

To say more would potentially spoil the fun, but there are two things to keep in mind. None of the twists are Hollywood contrivances and no life is sacrosanct.

Having made that point, however, I must voice one objection about the manner in which Verhoeven elects to present the story. He does so by framing it as a flashback between two scenes that take place in Parents Guide: Edit Details Official Sites: Netherlands Germany UK Belgium. Dutch German English Hebrew.

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Black Book (2006)

Trivia When principal photography took longer than anticipated, Carice van Houten had to return to the production while she was already scheduled to appear in a stage play. The theater company successfully sued Zwartboek's production company Fu Works for the delay of several months that was caused by her absence.

Goofs When Ellis is driving the Jeep, Gerben says "Go Left" and they turn right and find what they are looking for on that road up ahead. Quotes Rachel Stein aka Ellis de Vries: We should actually get up and open the coffin.

Gerben Kuipers: We should What should we do with all the money? Rachel Stein aka Ellis de Vries: It doesn't belong to us. It doesn't belong to anybody. To the dead Gerben raises his finger ] [ Episode 3.

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Great attention to detail was paid in the film. Carice van Houten A war that can never be won.

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