Angie (1993 film)

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Directed by Martin Lagestee
Produced by Martin Lagestee, San Fu Maltha
Written by Martin Lagestee
Starring Annemarie Röttgering, Derek de Lint, Daniël Boissevain
Music by Clifford Scholten, Joop Koopman
Release date
Running time
93 minutes
Country Netherlands
Language Dutch

Angie is a 1993 Dutch crime thriller film directed by Martin Lagestee.[1] The film is about a girl named Angie (Annemarie Röttgering) who becomes involved in a life of crime.


After her return from an orphanage with her mother, Angie tries again to build a normal life. The mutual distrust is enormous. After a nasty incident with her mother's new friend Angie turns to her older brother Alex, a delinquent. While Angie is determined to make something of her life, she gets quickly caught up in the criminal world and pulls off a heist with her brother and crew and hit the road.



  1. ^ "Angie" (in Dutch). Retrieved August 31, 2010. 

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