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De Mantel der Liefde

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De Mantel der Liefde
Directed byAdriaan Ditvoorst
Written by
  • Adriaan Ditvoorst
  • Pieter Goedings
Produced by
  • Luc Bijkerk
  • Pieter Goedings
Starring
CinematographyMat van Hensbergen
Edited byAugust Verschueren
Music byVangelis
(from the album Heaven and Hell)
Distributed byLuton Films
Release date
1978
Running time
110 minutes
CountryNetherlands
LanguageDutch
Budgetƒ 450,000

De Mantel der Liefde is a 1978 Dutch satirical anthology film, directed by Adriaan Ditvoorst. It is a black comedy based on the Ten Commandments and mankind's failure to live up to them. [1] [2]

Plot

The film starts off with Jesus Christ and Moses, who are sent from Antiquity to the present to see if mankind followed up the Ten Commandments? The film is divided in ten self-contained sketches, named after one of the Commandments each. [1] Every sketch shows people sinning against the Commandments. Near the end the director and his producer (Hans Boskamp) watch their own film reach its conclusion. The producer feels the movie "sucks" and is "too vulgar", whereupon the director defends it by saying it's actually "art". The producer then replies that "art doesn't sell" and "stupid entertainment is what the public wants."

Cast

References

  1. ^ a b "De Mantel der Liefde - vpro cinema". www.vpro.nl.
  2. ^ Verstraten, Peter (29 April 2016). Humour and irony in Dutch post-war fiction film. Amsterdam University Press. ISBN 9789048528370 – via Google Books.

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