Rutger Hauer Autographed 'De Heineken Ontvoering' ('The Heieken Kidnapping') Set Photo!
Here we have a beautiful set photo from 'The Heineken Ontvoering'.
'De Heineken Ontvoering' was directed in 2011 by Maarten Treurniet (who also wrote the script along with Kees van Beijnum).
In 2012, this film won the 'Golden Film Award' as 'Best Film' at the 'Golden and Platin Film Awards' ceremony, and Rutger won the 'Rembrandt Award' as 'Best Dutch Actor' in the same year.
The story talks about Freddy Heineken's (director of the famous Dutch brewery of the same name) kidnapping. In 1983, he and his driver were abducted by four young men, including the son of one of Heineken’s employees. The two men were held in a secret part of a woodwork factory in an industrial zone in the port of Amsterdam. The criminals asked for 35 million Dutch guilders (about 16 million Euros) in exchange for Heineken, but before they set their prisoners free, something unexpected happened.
Rutger played in a very touching and intense way the Freddy Heineken role.
More info about this film: www.rutgerhauer.org/plots/heine.php
This color photo measures 11.5" x 7.5" (29 cms x 19 cms) and it is printed on AGFAPHOTO glossy paper.
Rutger has autographed it in black permanent ink.
Such a beautiful photo!
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