R U There

Cannes 2010
Un certain regard

R U There

A Film by David Verbeek

2010 - France/Netherlands/Taiwan - Drama - 2.35 DCP - 90 min.

with Stijn Koomen , Ke Huan-Ru , Tom de Hoog , Phi Nguyen & David Davis

Languages: English , Mandarin , Dutch , Min Nan
Produced by Frans van Gestel

Jitze, a young Dutch professional gamer, travels the world to compete in video game tournaments. During a stay in Taipei his arm starts to hurt and he’s forced to take a few days rest. A night in his hotel, Jitze meets a girl and starts realizing what it means to be human in the age of the virtual worlds.

Cannes 2010
Un certain regard

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