Ciske the Rat Trailer

Ciske the Rat Trailer (1984)

29 April 1984 Drama 180 mins

Lovable Amsterdam street urchin, 11 year old Ciske is nevertheless much in need of love as the German 1955 title suggests. He is a scamp with a heart of gold. He causes havoc in the classroom pouring ink over his teacher yet when a polio-crippled boy joins the class Ciske is one of the only children to befriend him and is bullied as a result. His mother works in a bar and Ciske helps out often late into the night - his father is at sea and his mother supplements her income with prostitution. Ciske is also a very angry young man and he smoulders with rage at life's injustices.

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Danny de Munk

as Ciske Vrijmoeth / Ciske de Rat

Willeke van Ammelrooy

as Moeder Marie

Herman van Veen

as Meester Bruis

Willem Nijholt

as Oom Henri

Peter Faber

as Vader Cor

Rijk de Gooyer

as Rechercheur Muyskens

Linda van Dyck

as Tante Jans


Karin Loomans

Karin Loomans Scenario Writer

International Releases Dates

United States 29 April 1984

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