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Recensieoverzicht: ‘Documentary Jesse shows no discomfort’

Recensieoverzicht: ‘Documentary Jesse shows no discomfort’

The documentary, Jesse, Green Left leader Jesse Klaver, could after the decision of BNNVARA to him not to send out anyway just to be considered. Below is a recensieoverzicht.

Broadcasting BNNVARA wanted the documentary initially Monday night on the tv broadcast, but saw them off after persistent criticism.

Especially the fact that maker Joey Bing himself was active for GroenLinks, when the recordings were made, was critics a thorn in the eye.

Monday night was the documentary shown in a hall of Carré, it is also the title to purchase via Blendle.

Parliamentary editor, The Telegraph
“The images full of catchy speeches, mutual jokes and the rake of replies stringing themselves together. A few times the music is more ominous, for example, when it comes to the revelations in this newspaper about the polished image of the party leader. But the content is barely showing here, nor on his political views.”

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Hanneke Keultjes, political reporter AD
“The only moment of discomfort when Clover is when he is in his hometown, Roosendaal, the netherlands is confronted with a woman who says that her father was the best friend of Clovers father. With his Moroccan father, the Captain-leader has no contact. Also the scene shortly after the funeral of his in april unexpectedly deceased mother is poignant. (…) Filmmaker Joey Bing leaves especially see that not only Clover, but especially to the people around him – believing in the monsteroverwinning for the y.”

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Frank Hendrickx, political editor at de Volkskrant
“There is in the documentary a lot of eye for the preparation of debates, and also for the personal life of Clover, but the political tensions and debates within the party remain shrouded in mystery. (…) The most personal moment is the death of his mother. Bing may be filming as Clover through her empty house. Apparently knew the GroenLinks-leader when all that there is a documentary in the making. Otherwise not to explain why he allowed the Bing filmed.”

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Haro Kraak, media-, culture – and literatuurjournalist the Volkskrant
“At no time to fire someone from his profile or is close to despair. Annoyance? Fear? Frustration? Anger? Nothing. (…) BNNVara, which Jesse initially excited had purchased, and decided the film not to transmit, to the appearance of partiality is to be avoided. A rather idiotic decision and a cowardly response to the commotion, since Bing always transparent about his involvement and his role is also clearly appoint in the film.”

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Philip de Witt Wijnen, parliamentary reporter NRC
“Clover in his boxers and in bed with his wife. Clover at work: in consultation with his campaign team and texts consciousness with z’n speechschrijver. But we see especially: a selection of images of a triumphant party leader party to a on hands like giant triumph leads. (…) The problem is that the weak moments of the energetic leader in a hectic campaign barely in the picture. (…) The fact that GroenLinks, the “pity” that the documentary not being broadcast is understandable. But also revealing.”

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