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(182) 7.7 98 min 2015

Portret van een tuin is a movie starring Daan van der Have and Jan Freriks. In a historical vegetable garden on a Dutch estate, the 85 year-old pruning master and the gardener tend to the espaliers. As they prune, the men chat about...

Daan van der Have, Jan Freriks
Rosie Stapel

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Rosie Stapel
Writer Rosie Stapel, Daan van der Have
Stars Daan van der Have, Jan Freriks
Country Netherlands
Also Known As Portrait of a Garden, Porträt eines Gartens
Runtime 1H 38M
Description In a historical vegetable garden on a Dutch estate, the 85 year-old pruning master and the gardener tend to the espaliers. As they prune, the men chat about food, the weather, the world and they share their knowledge of horticulture. Surrounded by vegetable patches, citrus trees in the historical orangery, the orchard and lush grapevines we're swept along by their passion, dedication and knowledge that make up the essential ingredients of successfully maintaining a large vegetable garden. Fifteen years they have spent working on the pear arbour. Will it finally close over this year? Despite his old age, the pruning master is still inexhaustible and driven. As he worries about the loss of centuries of knowledge, the younger gardener makes a real effort of soaking up all this knowledge and passing it on. Meanwhile the seasons go by. The gardening lady works the vegetable patches, the citrus trees leave their winter accommodation and we get to meet the Apple Blossom Beetle. The grand finale is in August with its seemingly never-ending harvest and its abundance of taste, colour and scent. As peace slowly returns to the natural world, it's business as usual for the gardener amid the falling leaves and the white frost on the branches. Everything has its time.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 11:52

This documentary follows an exploration of how an ordinary family lives in a small Dutch town. The people in the town are mostly elderly people, as well as a few children, who are all called to the local priest to discuss their problems. The priest tells them that they have two options: repent and get some help from a priest, or continue living the way they are, living their lives in the shadows. The kids are as innocent as they come, but in the eyes of the adults, they are very complicated, and they don't know what to do. The family is mostly old and sick people, but a young boy is just doing what everyone else is doing. The elderly people are complaining that they cannot take care of their own. The priest is also quite distressed, but he doesn't know what to do, so he just tells the kids that they have two options: repent and get help from a priest, or continue living the way they are, living their lives in the shadows. The film is quite hard to watch, but it is worth it. It is a powerful film about a group of people, who are too many and too different to see what's going on around them. This documentary follows the town of Peene, and it is a truly extraordinary film. It is very interesting to watch how the film tries to help them. One of the best aspects of this film is the fact that the priest does not use a special 'words' to speak about the problems the family is facing. He simply explains what he is doing, and tries to get the kids to change their ways. It is a very nice and very powerful film. It is also quite hard to watch, and it is quite disturbing, but it is a powerful film. I give this film an 8 out of 10.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 20:48

I went to see this movie on a whim and was not disappointed. The movie is about a group of friends who were doing a project to document a long-term project they were doing at their college. The team is split into four main sections, each of which have a different kind of experience, or a story that they wanted to tell. The film was structured around each section, with the whole movie tied together by the "project" they were doing. The first section is about the time they were doing their project. There is a lot of talk about how they felt like they were forced to "do something" and "get out of their comfort zone" and this is where the documentary is mainly based. They talk about their concerns and experiences and try to help them cope with it. This section is very interesting because the students themselves are really at a loss. They have been doing this project for years and nothing ever seems to go their way. They have no answers and they are not sure why they even have the project. This section is really well done and the film seems to be really insightful and there is a lot of emotion in the scenes. I felt this was one of the more emotional parts of the movie. The second section is about their struggle to find a project that they can talk about. They have no clear direction or goal. They start talking about their experience of leaving school and what they are going to do when they get out, but they never quite make it clear. They discuss their concerns and all they can do is talk about how sad it is to have no direction. This section is very emotional and I thought the film was really well done. This section is really long and the movie takes a while to get going. I don't think I was bored and the emotional scenes were really powerful. The final section is about the new project they have been doing, and it is the most interesting section. They talk about what they were hoping to achieve and what they thought they could accomplish. They talk about how they are all doing this project together, but it is really hard to connect with each other. They talk about their fears and worries, and they talk about their ideas about what they should do, but they never really come up with anything. They talk about their ideas and their goals, but they never really discuss the project they are doing. The last section is about the school project they are doing. The film ends with the project they are working on, and it is really well done. The film itself is very good, but the way it is structured is a bit confusing. The first section was very well done, but the second section is a bit confusing. Overall, I really liked the film and thought it was well done. I think it is a very interesting and personal story and the film was really well done. I think the film was well worth seeing and I am sure it will be a movie I will be talking about for a long time.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 04:17

The first time I saw this movie was at the Toronto International Film Festival. I loved it, but at the time I was not sure whether I would like it or not. I loved the story of a woman's life, her struggles to survive in the city, her relationship with her son, and her work at the refugee centre. I was pleasantly surprised by the energy, passion, and genuine feelings of the people in the film. The first time I saw it, I was thinking that it was a film about a woman's life, and I was wrong. The first thing that I noticed was the young man. He is such a beautiful young man. It is so refreshing to see a man and a woman have such great chemistry. I was really touched by his character. He was very real. The film was also very honest and honest about the world's refugee crisis. I was also surprised by the young boy. I thought it was really touching to see him grow up. I was impressed by his courage and his story. It was really touching to see him grow up. His journey was also inspiring. The film is very funny, but it is also a very sad story. I thought that it was very moving to see how these people, who are refugees, have to live in a place like this. It was very touching to see the mother-daughter relationship, and how they struggle to make their lives in this world, and how they have to keep on fighting for their right to live. I was really touched by this film. I really recommend it to anyone who likes films. The film is beautifully shot, and it is a must-see.

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