Paul Verhoeven: From Holland to Hollywood Trailer

Paul Verhoeven: From Holland to Hollywood Trailer (1996)

08 January 1996 Factual, TV Movie 50 mins

Very insightful BBC documentary about Paul Verhoeven, tracking his career up to Showgirls. The programme focuses on talks with Verhoeven, but also includes interviews with many of the people who worked with him, both from the US and Holland, and even his wife. Also has a lot of behind the scenes footage from the set of Showgirls. Verhoeven is very open about the way he works, the themes in his movies and his life. He also interprets his own work in a very frank and intelligent way and, as always, is a gas.

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Paul Verhoeven

as Himself

Rutger Hauer

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International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 08 January 1996

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