Moscow, Belgium

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Moscow, Belgium is a Dutch-language film about a middle-aged, Flemish mother of three, named Matty, who gets into a turbulent relationship with a younger man. The two meet by way of a car accident, and have an explosive argument, but develop a grudging respect for each other and he proceeds to woo her over the coming days. The situation is further complicated when Matty's estranged husband Werner becomes jealous and attempts to win her back.

Not Rated
| 2008 | | 7.2/10 | 68/100
Barbara Sarafian, Jurgen Delnaet, Johan Heldenbergh, Anemone Valcke
Moscow, Belgium (Dutch: Aanrijding in Moscou, literally Collision in Moscou) is a 2008 Belgian film directed by Christophe Van Rompaey and written by Jean-Claude Van Rijckeghem and Pat van Beirs. Moscou is the name of a neighbourhood of the Flemish city
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Also starring Barbara Sarafian