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Brush With Fate [DVD] [2007] Brush With Fate [DVD] [2007] by Brent Shields, starting from
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Running Free [DVD] [2001] Running Free [DVD] [2001] by Sergei Bodrov,
Set in northern Africa at the beginning of World War I, Running Free is an unusual movie narrated by... starting from
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The Bear/Running Free/Fly Away Home [DVD] The Bear/Running Free/Fly Away Home [DVD] by Jean-Jacques Annaud, Sergei Bodrov, Carroll Ballard, starting from
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Character 1997 - All Region  Compatible Jan Decleir, Fedja van NEW DVDCharacter 1997 - All Region Compatible Jan Decleir, Fedja van NEW DVD in DVDs & Blu-rays

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DAENS (1993) Cinema Quad Movie Poster - Stijn Coninx, Jan Decleir (Priest Daens)DAENS (1993) Cinema Quad Movie Poster - Stijn Coninx, Jan Decleir (Priest Daens) in 1990s

About Jan Decleir
Jan DecleirJan Decleir (born 14 February 1946), is a prolific Belgian (Flemish) movie and stage actor born in Niel, Antwerp (Flanders, Belgium). He had his first big role in Fons Rademakers' "Mira" (1971) and has since then appeared in countless Flemish and Dutch films and tv productions. He starred in Academy Award winning movies as Karakter and Antonia and the Oscar-nominated social drama Daens. More recently he turned down roles in Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut (due to commitments to other projects) and the James Bond film The World Is Not Enough. In 2003 he had the starring role in the critically acclaimed thriller The Memory of a Killer (The Alzheimer Case) of which the leading American critic Roger Ebert wrote in his review: "Jan Decleir never goes for the easy effect, never pushes too hard, is a rock-solid occupant of his character. Everything he has to say is embodied, not expressed. Talks are under way for a Hollywood remake, but this performance will not be easily equaled. Gene Hackman, maybe. Morgan Freeman. Robert Mitchum, if he were alive. Decleir is the real thing."
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