Synopsis: Follows the story of Karl Tångballe in his adventures around Amsterdam.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
100 min


OK, are you ready?

- I need something white.

Stephanie, hair.

- It's OK.


- Just a sec.

Are you rolling?

- We're rolling.

Welcome to the new

programme, Ultimate Makeover.

During the coming weeks we'll

be picking people off the streets...

and turning them into a success.

Was that OK?

- Fine.


- Couldn't have been better.

I'm going to do it again.

You're from Star Magazine, right?

- Hi, Pascal. Yes, I called you.

That's right. So, here I am.

- Indeed, and rather late at that.

Yes, I had a photo shoot,

you know how it is.

No, I don't actually.

- What would you like?

A still mineral water, please.

- Cappuccino, no cacao.

Let's get straight down to it.

- That sounds like a good idea.

Pascal, four years in a

top soap, a fantastic role...


- And suddenly you're gone.

What happened?

- Very simple:
I quit.

I'd had enough. I mean, soap is nice

enough, but I'm going to Hollywood.

Great, but before you make it there...

- You have a scoop here, you know.

Yes, I realize that

and I can write it all down...

but before you make it to

Hollywood... You quit, you say?

But I heard from a reliable source

that you'd simply been written out.

End of role, end of Pascal.

- That's a load of rubbish.

Ah, nice. Do you have a light?

- Sure...

Lots of froth.

- Of course I have a light for you.

There you go.

- May I have your autograph?

Of course. What's your name?

- Katja.

Let's see, I think I have

a nice picture for you.

For Katja...

Right, here's your pen, and

this is for over your bed.

OK, thank you.

- No problem. There, you see?

Yes, I see. But what will they

see of you in Hollywood?

Lots. I have contacts there.

Besides, I've won three soap awards,

so there won't be a problem.

Three soap awards... I've seen many

Dutch actors leave for Hollywood...

but I've also seen most come back.

When will we see you back?

I won't be. I'm at a completely

different level, you see.

A different level... I guess

Hollywood can't wait.

This is pathetic. There are hoards

of tramps here every day...

but when you need one,

there are none.

Couldn't you have arranged one?

Sorry, I thought there'd be one.

- Christ, go and find one.

I can't work like this.

Do those editing tarts do anything

besides powdering their noses?

Come on, boys, stand by.

- I've found one...

but he really stinks.

- Who cares? Bingo.

Jesus Christ, what a stench.

OK, are you rolling?

I think we've found someone. Hello,

who are you and why are you here?

What do you want?

We're making a show about

returning someone into society.

It could be you. What's your name?

- Nol.

Nol, in the coming ten weeks we can

offer you a complete makeover...

by stylist Tom Sebastiaan. A

luxury house, insurance, a job: -

in short, a future.

And something with alcohol in it?

- And something with alcohol in it.

OK, cut. Did you get that? Would you

take care of the rest, Stephanie?

Christ, what a stench.

OK, sorted?

- Sorted.

Listen, Steph, this programme

has a tight budget...

so everyone in the team has to

put Nol up for a couple of nights.

So he'll be going home

with you later on.

You can't be serious?

Sure I am. And then with Tanja or

Tessa, until we've found him a place.

That's disgusting.

But it's impossible. My house is too

small and I don't have a spare bed.

And you like working in television?

- Yes.

There you go. It's not all

fun and games, you know.

Next week we'll tart him up.

Tommy-boy, we've got it

on film. Yep, no problem.

Hey, listen, that assistant:

Can we switch her?

Being a star, you can't keep

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Tom Six

Tom Six is a Dutch filmmaker best known for his trilogy of body horror films, The Human Centipede (First Sequence), The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) and The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence). more…

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