Synopsis: A seven-year-old child, his brother Billy and their depressed mother live on a farm. Then something painful happens to the family and the kids are left to live by themselves.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Fien Troch
  3 wins & 5 nominations.
90 min

There's no more toilet paper!

Toilet paper!


Toilet paper!

I'm taking a bath!

Don't come in. I'm taking a bath.

Kid, its me.

Don't come in.

Mom, I'm taking a bath. Get out.

- I heard you, I'm not deaf.

I don't like you to be here

when I'm taking a bath.

Mom, I'm taking a bath. Go away.

- Don't yell like that.

I'm not yelling.

- What? I don't hear you.

I didn't yell.

Don't stay in the tub for too long,


Your credit rating is too low.

It's not possible you'll get

an additional loan.




Where's your form?

- I don't have one.

The form you received

at the beginning.

Where are you coming from?

- The bathroom.

Where's your form?

- Which form?

The form you had to...

Where are you going?

To the bathroom.

The form you had to fill out.

- Kid has it.

Who is Kid?


- Yes, wait.

What are you up to?

- Stretching my legs.

Sit down.

Are you Bart?

I'm Bart.


- Hold on for a second.

Where is your form now?

- Madam?

What is it?

- I misspelled my name.

Give me two minutes.

What are you doing?

Want to play?

I've got a piece.

Come here, I'll pull your tooth out.

What's with you?


Here. Thanks.

I'll call you this week.

Bye, Kid.

What's for dinner?

- Macaroni.

I don't want macaroni. I want fries.

- I'll make fries tomorrow.

I don't want your fries.

I want fries from the snack bar.

Don't pretend you're not there.

70.000 euro. Do you hear me?

70.000 euro. I want my money.

Misty, I told you: base one,

base two, base three.

Back, come on.

Everyone back to their place.


You first have to hit the ball, you


Misty, give me the bat.

Give it to me.

Give it to me...


- Come here.


Are you kicking the table, John?

- No, Kid is.

I'm not kicking the table.

So I am kicking the table?

- I don't know, sir.

What are you doing, Kid?

Stop kicking the table.

Hi, Billy.

What are you watching?

- TV.

Where's your mom?

- Upstairs.

Do you know the story about Job?

- No.

That's a pity.

16.40 euro.

I only have 5.

And without this?

- 15.20 euro.

How did you get that candy?

Where did you get that from?

What about my money?

I don't have the money yet.

I'm losing my patience.

I don't know where my husband is.

I'll do my best to pay you back.

In other words:

Do you use beta agonists...

...or do you have a permit

for pesticide waste?


Do you own land that's been

classified as protected...

...or are you aware of endangered

species living on your property?

Foxes, probably.

Are there foxes on your property?

Not really.

You'll need to answer

with 'yes' or 'no'.

What if I say yes?

Then you can't do anything that will harm

the endangered species or its habitat.





Mom, that spot where we were today...

If I ever lose you again,

we'll meet there.

Will you wait there for me?

Do you hear me, mom?

If I ever lose you again,

will you wait there for me?



You have to fight.

- Fight?

What do you mean?

Play against each other again.

- OK.

Take this one.


Who's there?

Is Mr. Wynants at home?

Mr. Wynants doesn't live here


It's the bailiff, Marc Verbiest.

Can you please open the door?


Yes, let it go.

- I'm going to get money.


Gym clothes.

There you go.

Want something to drink too?


Yes, they're doing fine here.

I don't want you to call again.

I'll help you.

Ting tang tear. I'm pulling your ear.

What'll you choose?

Hen, hare or fox?


- My hands are like locks.

Ting tang tear. I'm pulling your ear.

What'll you choose?

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Fien Troch

Fien Troch (born 1978 in Londerzeel) is a Belgian left field film director, producer and screenwriter. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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