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Directed by Job Gosschalk

Netherlands 2016 91 mins. In Dutch

Set in a tight-knit Jewish community in Amsterdam, Moos is an endearing comedy about following your far-fetched dreams. 20-something Moos takes care of her dad and hangs around the family fabric store singing tunes to her steam iron. Her dream is to be an actress, but going for it seems to be on the back burner until her childhood friend, home from a stint in the Israeli army, reminds her of her past full of passion and ambition. Love, laughter, friendship, and complications take center stage in a film about finding out what’s important and finding your voice.



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