|aBlack book|h[videorecording] /|ca Fu Works presentation, in association with Egoli Tossell Film, Clockwork Pictures, Studio Babelsberg, Motion Picture Investment Group, Motel Films, Hector, ContentFilm Intl., of a VIP Medienfonds 4 production, in association with AVRO ; directed by Paul Verhoeven ; produced by San Fu Maltha, Jens Meurer, Teun Hilte, Jos van der Linden, Frans van Gestel, Jeroen Beker ; screenplay, Gerard Soeteman, Paul Verhoeven; story, Gerard Soeteman.
|a1 videodisc (145 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c4 3/4 in.
|aOriginally released under title Zwartboek in 2006.
|aExecutive producers, Andreas Grosch, Andrea Schmid, Marcus Schoefer, Henning Molfenter, Carl Woebcken, Jamie Carmichael, Graham Begg, Sarah Giles ; camera, Karl Walter Lindenlaub ; editing, Job ter Burg, James Herbert ; music, Anne Dudley.
|aCarice van Houten, Sebastian Koch, Thom Hoffman, Halina Reijn, Waldemar Kobus, Derek de Lint, Christian Berkel, Dolf de Vries, Peter Blok, Michiel Huisman, Ronald Armbrust.
|aRachel, a young Jewish girl, hides from the Nazis during World War II in The Netherlands. She sees her hiding place blown up and escapes with her rescuer, a young sailor, but their boat sails into a trap set by the Germans. She escapes, joins the resistance, and under the false name Ellis de Vries, she meets SS-hauptsturmführer Ludwig Muntze. She goes to his headquarters to meet him again and gains his trust, and soon they fall in love. She joins his office as a spy, but when someone within the resistance betrays her, she is now seen as an enemy betraying both sides. All that's left to do is run with the man she learned to love and find a way to prove her innocence by finding the real betrayer.
|aIn Dutch, with some German, Hebrew, and English, with English subtitles.
|aWorld War, 1939-1945|xUnderground movements|zNetherlands|vDrama.
|aVerhoeven, Paul,|d1938-|edirection,|ewriting. 00 1 Maltha, San Fu,|d1958-|eproduction.