Oesje! Trailer

Oesje! Trailer (1997)

29 October 1997

De film gaat over een Vlaamse boer, Kamiel Spiessens, die er alles aan doet om zijn grond te verdedigen tegen een Nederlandse zakenman. Die man wil op de grond een pretpark neerzetten.

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Chris van den Durpel

as Kamiel Spiessens

Geena Lisa

as Andrea

Gert Jan Dröge

as John Karstens

François Beukelaers

as Raymond Stasse

Camilia Blereau

as Julienne

Ron Cornet

as Willy

Tuur de Weert

as Politieman


Ludo Cox


Geert Bert

Geert Bert Producer

Rudy Raemdonck

Rudy Raemdonck Executive Producer

Fonny De Wulf

Original Music Composer

Michel van Laer

Michel van Laer Cinematography

International Releases Dates

Belgium 29 October 1997

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