The Interrogation (working title)
A psychiatrist tries to find out to what degree the eighty year old Alke Waterland is responsible for the murder of her mentally disabled, fifty year old daughter. The elderly woman initially cannot comprehend the fact that she really did kill her daughter. The film describes the process that the old woman goes through until the moment she realises the painful truth.
The film is based on a true story. Director of the film is Rosemarie Blank. Blank has made many films, amongst which are; 'Transit Levantkade' (1991, Best Artistic Documentary Créteil /France), 'Crossing Borders (1994, Golden Calf for best direction), 'Farewell 'Pavel' (1999) and 'Almost Real Life' (2003).