Cast: Rutger Hauer - A Man
Georgina Verbaan - A Woman
Plot: A passionate phone call between a man and woman who may or may not have previously met in Cuba.
The great suffering of humanity and the world is tackled. The woman can no longer face all that suffering and tries to talk her way out of it in a conversation with a stranger.
Notes: In true Frisch experimental style, the first 40 minutes of the feature are in almost total darkness.
Cyrus Frisch, the director, is the most notorious filmmaker currently working in the Netherlands. He was born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in 1969.
His debut feature film 'Forgive me', meant as a critique of reality-TV culture, premiered at the 2001 International Film Festival of Rotterdam and set his name as a controversial filmmaker. Frisch himself plays the lead in that film.