Young, Deborah
February 2005
Variety;2/21/2005, Vol. 398 Issue 1, p28
Trade Publication
Film Review
Reviews the motion picture "The Sixth of May," directed by Theo van Gogh and starring Tara Elders and Thijs Romer.


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