|Directed by||Theo van Gogh|
|Produced by||Gijs van Westelaken|
|Written by||Tomas Ross|
Johnny de Mol
|Music by||Rainer Hensel|
|Edited by||Merel Notten|
|Distributed by||Inspire Pictures|
The film is a fictional version of the events that led to the assassination of the Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn on 6 May 2002. The lines between reality and fiction are blurred in 06/05. It is the last film of Theo van Gogh, who was himself assassinated in 2004.
Theo van Gogh struck a bargain with Dutch internet provider Tiscali over the film's finances. The movie was originally released in December 2004 on the internet, a situation that had never before been seen in the Netherlands. The film could be watched for a payment. It was released in cinemas one month later, in January 2005.
- Thijs Römer, 2005 Golden Calf award for Best Actor.
- Official Selection, 2005 Toronto International Film Festival
- Tara Elders - Ayse Him
- Thijs Römer - Jim de Booy
- Johnny de Mol - NRC editor
- Reinout Bussemaker - Volkert van der Graaff
- Marcel Hensema - Wester
- Caro Lenssen - Marije
- Jack Wouterse - Van Dam
- Cahit Ölmez
- Tooske Ragas-Breugem - Stewardess
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