‘Don’t Shoot’, the film by director Stijn Coninx about the Gang of Nivelles, last night during the closing ceremony of the ninth Ramdam Festival in Tournai, the top prize of Best Belgian film won. That report Kinepolis today.
The fact that the award for ‘don’t Shoot’ comes from a French-speaking Belgian audiences that are not familiar with the Flemish actors, proves, according to Kinepolis that the public also about the language of this film appreciates.
‘Don’t Shoot’ is followed from the point of view of the grandfather of David From the Stone, the survivor of the last attack of the Gang of Nivelles on the store Delhaize in Aalst on 9 november 1985. The role of the grandfather is played by Jan Decleir, Viviane De Muynck creeps into the skin of the grandmother. Three actors perform David himself: the brothers Mo and Kes Baker take the age of 9 and 12 years of age for their account, the adult David is a role for Jonas Van Geel.
The Ramdam Festival drew this year, nearly 30,000 visitors, that is 10 percent more than the edition of 2018. There were 76 films from 22 countries, including a suit of Belgian films.