Cleveland International Film Festival } April 7 – April 20, 2021

Halfway
(Halfweg)

Year: 2014
Country: BELGIUM
Run Time: 134 minutes

Halfway
Halfway
Halfway

Reeling from a notably brutal divorce linked to a major misstep at his (former) office, Stef buys a house in the country in search of solitude. Before he can unpack his belongings, an intruder shows up, bath towel slung over his shoulders, claiming the house is his. It appears no one told him the house had been sold. The two have a fight and Stef calls the cops, but when the police arrive there’s no trace of the towel-toting invader. Shortly thereafter Stef learns the previous owner, Theo, died in the tub under suspicious circumstances. It’s not long before Theo returns with a vengeance, hell-bent on destroying Stef’s life, at least until he removes himself from the premises. Though it sounds like a ghost story, Geoffrey Enthoven’s HALFWAY is actually something far more personal as Stef and Theo’s cat-and-mouse game escalates to a humorous yet revelatory game of wits. (In Dutch with subtitles) – C.P.

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Director
Geoffrey Enthoven

Geoffrey Enthoven, born in 1974 in Wilrijk, Belgium, holds a degree from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent. He is the owner and manager of Fobic Films, and his works have screened internationally to widespread acclaim.

Filmography
"Children of Love" (2002), "The Only One" (2006) – 31st CIFF, "Happy Together" (2008), "The Over the Hill Band" (2009), "Come as You Are" (2011) – 36th CIFF, HALFWAY (2014)

Producer
Mariano Vanhoof

Screenwriting
Pierre de Clercq

Cinematography
Gerd Schelfhout

Editing
Dieter Diependaele

Principal Cast
De Graeve, Jurgen Delnaet, Evelin Bosmans

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