“An impossibly perfect visitor exposes the hidden faultlines within a dysfunctional suburban family in this darkly funny cautionary tale from the Dutch directing debutant Michiel ten Horn. The deadpan tone and ironically sunny aesthetic recalls the bracingly sour tragicomedies of Todd Solondz, but there is more redeeming lightness in this highly engaging film. (…) The film was purportedly inspired by events in the director’s youth, although first-time screenwriter Anne Barnhoorn is also clearly referencing Pier Paolo Pasolini’s 1968 quasi-Biblical political parable „Theorem“. (…) Were he still alive, the veteran Italian radical might have been gratified to see history repeating itself just as Marx predicted. His film was tragedy, this is farce.“ (Stephan Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter)

Around 2013, presented by Melika Foroutan



Berlin Premiere



OT: De Ontmaagding van Eva van End, 2012
Produktionsland: Niederlande
Produktion: Pupkin Film Amsterdam
Cast: Vivian Dierickx, Rafael Gareisen, Abe Dijkman, Tomer Pawlicki, Jacqueline Blom, Ton Kas
Format: DCP / Farbe
Länge: 98 min.
Sprache: Dutch / with English subtitles
World Sales: m-appeal Berlin,
Dt. Verleih: offen
Festivals: Toronto, Rotterdam, Karlovy Vary, München, Cleveland, Transsylvanien, Giffoni, u.v.a.