All Things Pass
|All Things Pass|
|Directed by||Paul Verhoeven|
|Written by||Gerard Soeteman|
All Things Pass (Dutch: Voorbij, voorbij; literally "Gone, gone") is a 1979 television film directed by Paul Verhoeven. In Douglas Keesey's book on Verhoeven, he writes that the film is a coda to Verhoeven's previous film Soldier of Orange (1977). It concerns several Dutch resistance fighters 35 years after World War II who have sworn revenge on a Dutch SS officer who shot their friend during the Netherlands' resistance to Nazi occupation. Upon finding the man, they discover that he is now paralysed and would suffer more to stay alive than be killed.
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