Love Revisited Directed
Nicole van Kilsdonk The Netherlands, Belgium / 2017 / 98:52 minutes North American Premiere
Times and Venues:
Upstate Films WOODSTOCK
Upstate Films I RHINEBECK
When their 40-year-old son, Roland, suddenly dies, the divorced parents – both in their sixties – meet again for the first time in many years. Over the ensuing months they seek consolation with each other and their old love revives. They enjoy an innocent affair they try to hide from the family. This, however, turns out to be more complicated than expected. And the same goes for pushing aside unsolved problems from the past. Before long both the two of them and their families get caught up in the consequences of this great love
Director Nicole van Kilsdonk graduated from the screenwriting and directing faculty of the Netherlands Film Academy in 1991. In 2004, her film Deining was awarded a Golden Calf for Best TV Drama and in 2011 she won the Cinekid Award with her youth film Patatje Oorlog. In 2015 the films Onder het Hart and Ventoux were released in Dutch cinemas. Her new youth film, Toen mijn vader een struik werd, had its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival in 2016 and was screened in Dutch cinemas in early 2017.
The shooting of the feature film Love Revisited started in October 2016, and most of the film was shot in and around the city of Maastricht. Love Revisited, written by Peer Wittenbols, will be screened in Dutch cinemas as of November 2017.
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