HEMEL was directed by Sacha Polak ♀, written by Helena van der Meulen ♀ and produced by Stienette Bosklopper.
Hemel is fighting a guerrilla war with every man in town. Her father is the only man that really counts. When he falls in love with young Sophie, Hemel has to find the difference between sex and love herself. (read more!)
"Beautifully lensed look at the moment just before a daughter has to let go of her father should travel extensively and turn Polak into a name to watch." (click here to read more!) --Variety.
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