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Top 6 most followed film on Moonday

Feb 15, 2022 2:36:21 PM / by Julie Sacré

Moonday allows you to follow the productions that interest you and stay informed of their news. Have you ever wondered which productions are the most followed?


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6. 1985 by Wouter Bouvijn

In eight episodes, RTBF and VRT retrace the terrible case that made headlines in Belgium in the 1980s: "The Brabant killers", a series of violent robberies that claimed 28 victims.

Wouter Bouvijn directs a bilingual cast, mixing Dutch and French speakers. Gunter Schmid and Peter Bouckaert produce the film (Eyeworks Film & TV Drama) with the support of VAF, Wallimage, Screen Flanders and Screen Brussels.

Synopsis: In 1980, a young woman, her brother and his best friend embark on the adventure of adult life. Full of good intentions, they start a promising future, Inge as a law student at the VUB, Marc and Franky as recruits in the Gendarmerie. But in the years that follow, each of them loses their innocence and their illusions. Like the whole country, they sink deeper and deeper into the quagmire of the Walloon Brabant killers...


5. Miss Marx by Susanna Nicchiaerlli

Everyone knows Karl, but what do we know about Eleanor Marx? In 2020, Susanna Nicchiaerlli shook up the festivals, including Venice and San Sebastian, by revisiting this historical figure in a punk way.

This Belgian-Italian drama is shot in English and features Romola Garai's best roles, playing alongside Patrick Kennedy and John Gordon Sinclair.

Synopsis: Bright, intelligent, passionate and free, Eleanor is Karl Marx’s youngest daughter. Among the first women to link the themes of feminism and socialism, she takes part in the workers’ battles and fights for women’s rights and the abolition of child labor. In 1883 she meets Edward Aveling and her life is crushed by a passionate but tragic love story.

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4. My father's secret by Véra Belmont

This animated film is based on the graphic novel "Second Generation, What I Didn't Tell My Father" by Michel Kichka, a famous author and cartoonist whose father was a survivor of the Shoah. 

Directed by Véra Belmont and Xavier Picard, my father's secret is produced by Je suis Bien Content (France), Bidibul (Luxembourg) and Left Field Venture (Belgium). It is scheduled for release in France on May 25 (Le Pacte).

Synopsis:"My Father's Secrets" tells the story of a painful childhood, between moments of joy and atrocity, lived during the Holocaust. Henri Kichka, a survivor back in Belgium, is the only survivor of a family murdered in the death camps. After having children, they had only one idea, each in their own way: to emancipate themselves...

3. Between Life and Death by Giordano Gederlini

Giordano Gederlini, a screenwriter famous for Ladj Li's Les Misérables and Olivier Masset-Depasse's Mother's Instinct, winner of the Magritte for best screenplay in 2020, has signed a dramatic thriller. It stars Antonio de la Torre, Marine Vacth and Olivier Gourmet in the bloody adventures of a Brussels metro driver.

Synopsis: Leo Castenada is Spanish and lives in Brussels. He is a metro driver for line 6. One night, he sees a stranger at the edge of the platform. With eyes full of anxiety and a familiar face, Leo recognised his son Hugo just as he tragically jumps onto the rails. Leo, who had not seen his son for more than two years, discovers that Hugo was involved in a violent robbery. Leo is forced to confront violent criminals in order to try and understand why his son took his own life.

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2. Pandore by Vania Leturcq & Savina Dellicour

After "La Trêve", Yoann Blanc and Anne Coesens are back together in this series about the excesses of populist political parties. Currently broadcast on RTBF, the series Pandore is the second most followed production on Moonday.

Synopsis: Brussels, two months before the elections. The campaign, which is in full swing, is disrupted by a corruption investigation. A tragic attack occurs and several characters collide, each defending their own truth. An examining magistrate, a politician, an activist and a journalist will be led to do things that go beyond anything they could have imagined.


1. Inexorable by Fabrice Du Welz

After passing through Deauville, Ghent and Toronto, Inexorable will be released in French cinemas on April 6th (The Jokers / Les Bookmakers).
This new thriller by Fabrice Du Welz (Adoration, 2019) features familiar faces like Benoit Poelvoorde, Catherine Salée and Mélanie Doutey.

Synopsis: Marcel Bellmer, a writer, has lost his inspiration since his first successful novel. So he moves in with his wife, the publisher Jeanne Drahi, and their daughter into the vast family home they have just inherited. But a strange young girl, Gloria, will interfere in the family's life and trigger a series of inexorable events...



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