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15’ Metromania

Belgium, 2001 (MIFF 2001, Fiction)

Director: Bart van den Bempt

A visually clever and witty comedy about a young mans tentative first steps into adulthood Bernd Meys' first day as a security officer with the Underground Tram Network is complicated by the old gang, new love and a curmud­geonly boss.

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