In 'The Oldenheim 12' we follow the lives of the residents of the extremely traditional Dutch village of Oldenheim. The locals are shaken to the core when they suddenly face a series of mysterious disappearances.
Decades ago, teenagers Olaf and Alice disappeared without a trace from the Dutch village Schouwendam. 25 years later a man turns up in town with no memory but a clear resemblance to Olaf. ... See full summary »
Matthijs van de Sande Bakhuyzen,
Peter and Eva, a nice young couple expecting their first child, buy a house in a suburban village. Before they get to move into their new home, they lose the baby girl. Eva has a hard time ... See full summary »
Bracha van Doesburgh,
Portraits the life of one of the most notorious criminals of the Netherlands in the 90's. From 'gentleman' bank robber, a no boundary drug lord and his mysterious death in 2011, a criminal ... See full summary »
Jochum ten Haaf,
In 'The Oldenheim 12' we follow the lives of the residents of the extremely traditional Dutch village of Oldenheim, where the same families have lived for generations and where social control is strong. The locals are shaken to the core when they suddenly face a series of mysterious disappearances. Suspicions start to spread through the normally close-knit community as the village tragedy takes on ever greater forms.
This is a really dumb soapy disappointing drone of a story. Why I kept going on with it I can't say except I couldn't find anything else, and watched while I ate lunch or had tea in evening. meh! I think I watched to hear Dutch and see Stuff From Europe mostly. The most fascinating moment for me, was when a large blue and white graphic poster came into view in episode 7 when the puling teen and the sleezeball therapist are talking in their house. I recognize the artist but cannot for the life of me remember who the artist is, the era, or the nationality! Anyone???
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