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The Last Vermeer

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Directed by

Dan Friedkin

Starring

Actor
Character
Han Van Meegeren
Claes Bang
Captain Joseph Piller
Vicky Krieps
Minna Holmberg
Roland Moller
Esper Dekker
August Diehl
Alex De Klerks
Olivia Grant
Cootje Henning
Adrian Scarborough
Dirk Hannema
Andrew Havill
Maarten Wooning
Karl Johnson
Bernard Bakker
Daan Aufenacker
Officier Firing Squad
Matt Beauman-Jones
Lieutenant Colonel
Mark Behan
Bulldogs Friend
Paul Bentall
Chief Judge
Daniel Brongers
Civillian
Witold Brzoska
German Officer
Kim Chapman
Party Girl
Richard Curtis
Lieutenant US Marine Corps
Peter Dawson
American Soldier
Truus de Boer
Photographer
Guido Den Broeder
Civilian
Richard Dillane
Colonel Jenkins
Susannah Doyle
Johana
Jason Farries
Joseph Piller's assistant
Ria Fend
Party Girl
Allard Geerlings
Firing Squad
Diane Halling
Han's Housekeeper
Marie Bach Hansen
Leez
Cameron Jack
De Klerk's Henchman
Zander James
Courtroom police officer
Rick Kuitems
Dutch officer
Katarina Martin
Decadent Artist
Martyn Mayger
Court Orderly
Tom Mulheron
Finn
Jamie Newall
Prison Guard
Simon Paisley Day
Rienstra Van Stuyvesant
Levi Penris
Oliver Ryan
Jerome Heidjen
Bernardo Santos
Art Gallery Gentleman
Vera Schroder
Poor girl
Joakim Skarli
Jochen Gorinchem (Lawyer)
Steve Such
Cootje's Husband
Houssam Tahtah
Marching Soldier
Jeroen van Spanje
Dutch Restistance
Nick Vorsselman
Soldier on Truck
Frederique Welie
Female civilian
Stuart Whelan
Court Audience Member
Mark Winstanley
The Traitor
Jennifer Catford
Party-goer
Tom Dab
SS Soldier
Andrew G. Ogleby
Art Viewer
Yvonne Sharada Priya
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2019
 118 minutes (1 hrs 58 mins)
US release date Released: 20th November 2020
MPAA Age Rating: The Last Vermeer R age rating 

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With no major releases over the last weekend the horror comedy Freaky remained at the top of the US box office for a second weekend.

The highest entry on the chart was the re-release of 1995's The Santa Clause from Disney while the highest new movie of the week was Vanguard at number 7.

Also new this week is The Last Vermeer at number 9 and Gekijouban Fate/Stay Night: Heaven's Feel - III. Spring Song at number 10, while outside the top 10 Buddy Games came in at 13 and The Forgotten Carols at number 15.

US box office Quickview

  • Number 1 - Freaky (2 Weeks)
  • Highest debut - Vanguard (@7)*
  • Longest run - Tenet (12 weeks)*
  • Highest total gross - Tenet ($56,900,000)*
  • *Not including re-releases

Breakdown of the top 5 movies in America weekend 20th - 22nd November 2020.

Freaky

Directed by Christopher Landon and starring Kathryn Newton and Vince Vaughn the horror comedy movie spends its second weekend at the top with a weekend gross of $1.22 Million, a 66% drop from last weekend.

This gives the movie a total gross in North America of $5.59 Million after 2 weeks of play.

The War With Grandpa

The surprise hit of late 2020, starring Robert De Niro, climbs back to number 3 as movie takes $733,067 over the weekend, 44% down from last weekend.

This gives the movie a total American gross of $16.18 Million after 7 weeks of release.

Let Him Go

The Kevin Costner former number 1 movie falls to number 3 this weekend with $710,000, 59% drop from last weekend, for a 3 week total of $7.92 Million.

Come Play

Another former number 1 movie remaining at number 4 this week takes $550,000 for the weekend, 49% down, for a total of $8.05 Million after 4 weeks.

The Santa Clause

The Santa Clause

Disney release another of their catalogue movies which makes its way into the top 5, at 5, as the Tim Allen Christmas movie takes $461,000 over the weekend, the movie has taken $145.29 Million since its release in 1995.