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Pain Body, The
Directed by
Gerson Oratmangoen

The Netherlands / 2016 / 11:45
US Premiere
In Dutch with subtitles

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SHORTS: Conflict.

The Pain Body follows how three young lives are intertwined by a senseless act of violence. Inspired by events that happened in 2013 in Eindhoven, The Netherlands,
Director Gerson Oratmangoen (1983) made his film debut as an actor in the television movie Wijster, directed by Oscar naominated filmmaker Paula van der Oest.

Oratmangoen has also had leading roles as an actor several films including the Berlinale Golden Bear Winner De Punt and Hanro Smitsman's Schemer.

A graduate of the Film Actors Academy in Amsterdam, Oratmangoen has also written several screenplays. The Pain Bidy marks his directorial debut.

Cast/Featuring: Sergio Hasselbaink, Mingus Dagelet, Marijn Claes, Roos Netjes, Arnold Louis
Executive Producer(s): Koen Embregts
Producer(s): Sophie Luik
Director(s): Gerson Oratmangoen
Screenwriter(s): Marlyn van Gool, Sam Duijf
Cinematographer(s): Nino Oosterwijk
Editor(s): Jasper van Teeffelen
Production Designer(s): Coco Plooijer
Composer(s)/Music: Stijn Welp
Sound Designer(s): Peter Stoel
Animator(s): Ivo Slaats
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