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The Dutch Cocaine Factory
to debut at the IDFA

November 11, 2007

Jeanette Groenendaal, the Dutch Cocaine Factory
Still from the Dutch Cocaine Factory © Jeanette Groenendaal 2007 and used entirely with permission

It’s not a food, it’s a crop, and until World War II, the Netherlands was the largest producer of quality cocaine in the world. Reserve your tickets now for Jeanette Groenendaal’s debut documentary, the Dutch Cocaine Factory. The film will enjoy celebrate its world premier next week at the IDFA (International Documentary Festival Amsterdam).

Other fab friends with world premieres at the IDFA next week are Quirine Racké and Helena Muskens with Come Back Kate, a wonderful film about the Kate Bush fan base, though devoid of any food-related subject matter.

One group of friends, two world premiers in one day. November 23rd will be awash with bubbles.

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