Lijmen/Het Been is a 2001 Belgian crime film adapted from short stories by Willem Elsschot and directed by Robbe De Hert, starring Mike Verdrengh and Koen De Bouw. The movie was coproduced by Belgian and Dutch film companies.
The film is set around 1938. During an auction, Mr. Boormans is put into a psychiatric hospital after he bid 32,000 Belgian francs for a worthless piece of paper. Frans Laarmans visits the psychiatrists claiming Boormans is not crazy and there is a story behind the bid.
|author||Fernand Auwera Robbe De Hert Willem Elsschot|
|director||Robbe De Hert|
|genre||crime drama historical|
|keywords||advertise auction bankrupt belgian franc claim corpse curator elevator embalm financial problem infect psychiatric hospital psychiatrist twist|
|musicBy||Joan Berkhemer Lodewijk De Boer|
|producer||Frank Jansen Michel Houdmont Ruud Den Dryver|