Through the eye of his camera, Jonathan sees how grown up people deal with the death of his father and say their last goodbyes to him. Maybe he could postpone this farewell.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Tamar van den Dop graduated in 1993 from drama school in Maastricht.
As an actress, she played in films and television series such as WOLFSBERGEN (NANOUK LEOPOLD), CHARACTER (MIKE VAN DIEM), and BLACK SNOW (MAARTEN TREURNIET). She also acted with several theatre companies, and won several nominations and prizes for her theatrical performances.
In 2000 she made a documentary SCHEPPEN GAAT VAN AU that was broadcasted on Dutch TV. BLIND is her feature film debut, after she had already made a name for herself with the short films LOT and SCHAT. Both films were selected as Dutch entries for the 2002 and 2004 Academy Awards. LOT was released in Dutch cinemas, screened at several festivals (including Rotterdam, Sarajevo, Hamburg, Tout Ecran, Ghent and Oberhausen) and won prizes including the Golden Gate Award for Best Short Film at the 2003 San Francisco Film Festival and Best Short Film at the 2002 Avanca International Film Festival in Portugal and the Audience Award and Jury Prize at the 2003 Premier Plans Film Festival in France.