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Mediawan Rights Boards Dutch Thriller ‘Golden Hour’ About Terrorist Attack Aftermath (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International CorrespondentMediawan Rights, the commercial branch of the pan-European production-distribution group Mediawan, has boarded international sales to “Golden Hour,” a thriller set in the aftermath of a terror attack in Amsterdam. The six-part series was written by Simon de Waal (“Lek”) and directed by Bobby Boermans (“Mocro Maffia”).The show unfolds during the crucial hour that follows a terrorist attack in Hollande and follows Mardik, a tough but sympathetic Dutch detective of Afghan descent.

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Orangutan grabs and almost breaks bloke's leg through cage in terrifying zoo attack
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