Zoeken naar Eileen (film)
|Zoeken naar Eileen|
|Directed by||Rudolf van den Berg|
|Written by||Leon de Winter|
John van Dreelen
|Cinematography||Theo van de Sande|
|24 September 1987|
Zoeken naar Eileen is a 1987 Dutch film directed by Rudolf van den Berg. The international title of the film is Looking for Eileen, and is based on the book Zoeken naar Eileen W., written by Leon de Winter.
A young man has just lost his young girlfriend, and becomes depressed. But then he meets a woman which resembles his late girlfriend a lot. Their meeting is brief, but the main character knows enough to know that he only wants her from that moment on. The only thing he knows of her, is that she speaks English, that she is from Northern Ireland and that she is called Eileen.
- Thom Hoffman - Philip de Wit
- Lysette Anthony - Marian Faber / Eileen
- Garry Whelan - Mark Nolan
- Kenneth Hardgein - Geoffrey
- John van Dreelen - Philips father
- Hans Kemna - Henk Faber
|This article related to a Dutch film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|