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Boris Van Severen in the international series 'Baptiste': Terrifying but fun
TV From tonight performs One of a possible kijkcijferkanon on us. 'Baptiste' is a collaboration between One and the BBC, following in the footsteps of the incomparable 'The Missing'.

In the six-part spin-off of 'The Missing', the stubborn inspector Julien Baptiste (played by French actor Tchéky Karyo) relocation to Amsterdam in the criminal underworld of the red light district to dig. He wants to be there no matter what the cost of a missing prostitute to debug. Although there was also in our Belgenlandje filmed, because the streets of Ghent and Antwerp are reviewed.

Talent from our own soil is also shown in the mini series. Pointed out 'Against The Stars'actress Barbara Sarafian and 'Salamander'-actor Boris Van Severen play mother and son in the story. 'Black'actress Martha Canga Antonio is also in the series to see. Fleming Jan Matthys was the second part of the series in the regiestoel seat. For those who are wondering how it as a small Belgian feels to be in such an international range, there is Boris Van Severen. "In the beginning was 'Baptiste' terrifying," he laughs. "The sets are much bigger than what I was used to. But don't get me wrong: it was fun." Though it was a hectic period for the twenties, and in the same period recordings had as the taciturn agent Pascal in the series 'Studio Tarara'. "But I want to be clear, not complain about it. I found it an honour that I at the same time to two topproducties should cooperate."

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