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Dutch Cocaine Factory - Spanish version

DIR: Jeanette Groenendaal
2007 / Netherlands / 55 min

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Through shocking self-surveillance documentation we are swept into a pro-paranoia docutective with a perpetrated Arend, a Champion Leaque consumer, a Lawyer and Drugs scientists. Dutch gentlemen that relate 24/7 to the illegal drug Cocaine. They re-visit a well kept secret, the Dutch Cocaine Factory (the Netherlands until 1945 the best and biggest Cocaine produceing country in the world. An attempt for A Fair Trade with the 'cover up' War on Drugs? Arend seeks 'Solutions', for the quality of the cocaine provided today seems to be an automatic detox and if legal, production would not extend the coffee price. The power of the images, the structure of the film and the implausibility of the events are reminiscent of fiction, but performance artist Jeanette Groenendaal's documentary debut tells the truth and nothing but the truth.

About

Director Jeanette Groenendaal
Screenplay
Dir. of Photography Jeanette Groenendaal, Martin Hansen, Zoot Derks, Robin Noorda, Jeroen Weeda, Omar Wilson
Editing Jeanette Groenendaal, Zoot Derks, Martin Hansen, Jan Dries Groenendijk
Music Glamour Twins, 20th Century boy, Björn Warning, Moral Fashion
Sound Zoot Derks, Martin Hansen, Jeanette Groenendaal
Duration 55 min
Year 2007
Country Netherlands
Colour Colour
Tags docutective, drugs, portrait, society
Production G-netwerk
G-netwerk
Address:  Prinseneiland 321
City:  1013LP Amsterdam
Country:  Netherlands
Web:  www.g-netwerk.nl/
E-mail:  
Phone:  + 31 20 6207663; +31 6 24723765

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