Dutch Girls

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Dutch Girls
Directed by Giles Foster
Produced by Nick Elliott
Sue Birtwistle
Academy Entertainment
Written by William Boyd
Starring Bill Paterson
Colin Firth
Timothy Spall
John Wells
Music by Ilona Sekacz
Cinematography Roger Pratt
Edited by John Costelloe
Distributed by London Weekend Television
Release dates 1985
Running time 83 min
Country UK
Language English

Dutch Girls is a 1985 film, released by the London Weekend Television Company, produced by Sue Birtwistle, directed by Giles Foster, and written by William Boyd. The film is about a group of young men who go to the Netherlands to play hockey. Along the way they drink, smoke, and try to have sex. It features many young actors: Colin Firth, Timothy Spall, Adrian Lukis, James Wilby.



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