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Doel
© Made in Copenhagen
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AUTEUR(S)-RÉALISATEUR(S)

Frederik Sølberg

IMAGE

Jonathan Wannyn

SON

Neal Willaert

MONTAGE

Mads Hedegaard

PRODUCTION / DIFFUSION

Made in Copenhagen, CZAR Film, Looking Forward & GotFat Productions

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Made in Copenhagen

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Doel is a ghost town in Belgium surrounded by a nuclear power plant, a gigantic container dock, and the port of Antwerp. For decades the inhabitants have been battling the authorities who want to tear the town down and build a new container dock. Now there is only 26 inhabitants left - a colourful crowd of common and uncommon people clinging onto the idea of keeping their vandalized and abandoned town alive. Doel is a quirky, humorous, and poetic portrait of six of the remaining inhabitants and their struggle with Dutch techno ravers, curious urban explorers, and political havoc.

Doel is a ghost town in Belgium surrounded by a nuclear power plant, a gigantic container dock, and the port of Antwerp. For decades the inhabitants have been battling the authorities who want to tear the town down and build a new container dock. Now there is only 26 inhabitants left - a colourful crowd of common and uncommon people clinging onto the idea of keeping their vandalized and abandoned town alive. Doel is a quirky, humorous, and poetic portrait of six of the remaining inhabitants and their struggle with Dutch techno ravers, curious urban explorers, and political havoc.

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