Halfway

Warsaw Film
Festival 2015
BFF Slovenia 2015
Audience Award

Halfway

A Film by Geoffrey Enthoven

2014 - Belgium - Comedy - DCP - 2.35 - 115 min.

with Koen De Graeve , Jurgen Delnaet & Evelien Bosmans

Language: Dutch
Produced by Mariano Vanhoof

Involved in a bitter divorce Stephen moves into a new house. Soon his quiet is disturbed by Theo who is standing in his living room claiming to be the rightful resident of the house and asking him to move out. Unwilling to yield, Stephen finds himself in the midst of a turf war and discovers that Theo used to be the owner of the house. But he died two years ago...

Warsaw Film
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BFF Slovenia 2015
Audience Award

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