De kleine blonde dood

Synopsis: The poet Valentijn Boecke meets his former teacher Mieke. They have a short relation. After a while Mieke appears to be pregnant. Valentijn is through with Mieke and leaves her...
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Jean van de Velde
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
95 min



Guys, pay attention.

That's Germany. You have half

an hour.

If you have to pee, do it on

German soil, for a change.

What is this?

What are you doing here?

I didn't know they'd go this far.

It won't happen again.

Thank you.

Valentijn, give the gentleman

a hand.


He got a fright.

Open your hand. Now!

Why would you kill a butterfly?

Get rid of it.

It's a map butterfly.

It's beautiful and rare.

Get rid of it!

- It's for my dad.

Shall I throw it out?

Give it to me.

Do you want some liquorice?

- No, thanks.

Take it.

How do you like it, Vati?

It's a real map butterfly.

It's the summer variety.

- Beautiful.

I had to fight for it. Two Germans in

uniforms wanted to take it from me.

And then Miss Mieke...

- You've been to Germany?

I got lost.

He's been to Germany.

He's been to bloody Germany!

He's no longer my child.

He's going to a home.

He's been to bloody Germany!

I don't want any German


Vati, we're having dinner.

What have you got there?

Come sit with me, boy.

Do you like to be in my lap?

- Yes.

Everything that's good will pass.

Everything that's beautiful will

be broken.

Now you're in my lap, but soon

I might hit you.

In twenty years, I'll be old

and ugly.

And you may be crippled or dead.

Learn to poke my eyes out

with a fork.

Or to make lamp shades of my skin.

Everything's possible, boy.

But I love you.

Never say that again.


You don't know what you're saying.

To love.

People weren't born to love

each other.

Double beds, yes, but that's

something else.

That's something else.

But did you ever see a

double coffin?

Never love anyone. Never.

Never, never, never!

Mr Boecke, we all know you were a hero

in the war.

And that you, as a German, fought

against your own people.

But that doesn't give you the right

to hand out 68 fines in one day...

as a police reserve.

Do you see that man?

That's the police commissioner.

The chief commissioner.

This man spent the entire war in his

office and he made sure...

there are only ten Jews left in

our town.

Do you know what that man in uniform

forbids me to do?

To fine Germans.

And do you know what my reply

to that is?

What did I do wrong?

You drove too slowly.

I drove too slowly?

- Yes.

I've never heard of that.

What do you mean by that?

This is insane.

- Drive on.

Or I'll give you another one.


Reinier, please remove that thing.

Don't act so crazy.

Who's crazy? He or me?

He or me?

- He.


- He.


Boecke, you have to leave

the house.

Come, Reinier, don't make it

harder than it is.

Justice has been administered.

I don't acknowledge the Dutch

legal system.

Come on, Boecke.

I wish I was a bachelor again,

so I could go after the women.

Get in, but shut up.

Didn't you see it?

Take off those sunglasses.

What is this, damnit?

The deal was you'd shut up.

Please stop.

Kill yourself, not me.

I want to get out.

Yes, it's me.

Damn, I asked you for an answer.

I'm getting so fed up with this.

I only want character parts.


Miss Mieke?

I'm Valentijn Boecke.

From the butterfly.

This isn't just a meeting.

Fate brought us together tonight.

I don't believe in fate.

- You're too young.

Tough guy. Too young,

too scared.

I never f*ck people I know.

Who mentioned fucking?

Jesus Christ... you want to...


You're off your rocker.

Oh, you prefer the lights out.

Mr Boecke, you're up!


- Yes, I'm coming,

Our next guest is literary sensation

Valentijn Boecke.


Zeeland potatoes, mussels, sugar beet.

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Boudewijn Büch

Boudewijn Maria Ignatius Büch (14 December 1948 – 23 November 2002) was a Dutch writer, poet and television presenter. more…

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