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September 1944 and Rachel Stein, a beautiful yet feisty Jewish chanteuse has fled Nazi Germany for the relative safety of the Netherlands. Hoping to be reunited with her family, she and many other refugees are ambushed by Nazis. Everyone, including her family, are killed. As sole survivor, Rachel manages to meet up with the Dutch Resistance and turn her into a double agent. She is assigned to seduce the senior officer Munze (Sebastian Koch) in order to infiltrate the enemy's headquarters. However, it soon becomes a dangerous game of double-dealing and betrayal, threatening her true identity and her life. This is unforgettable suspense from a director at the peak of his power.
- Tartan exclusive interviews with Paul Verhoeven and Carice Van Houten
- The Making of Black Book
- Film Notes
- Original Trailer
Languages Dutch - Dolby Digital (5.1) ; DTS
Additional Languages German ; English (Mixture Of All 3 On The Same Dialogue Track)
Duration 2 Hours and 25 Minutes (approx)
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