Mighty mite best visited film in Flanders

In Pathé Arena in Amsterdam went Monday night the new Flemish-Dutch Man crime film premiere.

Man is the fourth film of the Moroccan-Belgian directing duo Adil El Arbi and Baguio F. Ali B makes his acting debut in the film in the role of mob boss Hassan Kamikaze.

Man running since last Wednesday already in Flanders and Brussels and is a great success. Flemish media are reporting that the film in the first five days time all by 82,000 moviegoers is seen. Man is at number 1 of the most popular films in Belgium. Black, the previous film by El Arbi and Fa, 54,000 visitors in the first five days. In Belgium, the cinema capacity for Man this week extended to forty cinemas. At the end of February, follows the release in France and Wallonia.

The thriller tells the story of four young people from Antwerp who sabotage a cokedeal and the drugs sell themselves. As a result, there is a gang war that in Amsterdam, Antwerp and Morocco is fought. The brute Hassan Kamikaze (Ali B) knows no bounds to win this war, but also the mafioso Jessie (Werner Flask) and his henchmen (Adje and raise) are not going to lose the fight. The four friends are played by Matteo Simoni, Nora Gharib, Saïd Boumazoughe and Junes Lafferty. A supporting role is there for Eric Corton and Matthijs van Nieuwkerk is shows up as himself.

For the time being, Man the last Flemish-Dutch film by Ali and Bilal. They are currently in extensive conversations with Hollywood producer Jerry Bruckheimer to direct the movie Bad Boys 3, starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.

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