Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Harry Melchior (Willem Ruis -- popular on Dutch television) was a normal, high-powered director of an investment company, with a wife and daughter and all the amenities of life -- until he killed someone's pet dog while out tooling around in his sports car. This unnerves him to such an extent that he starts to vent his hidden resentment against the corruption he knows so well in the business world. When his mother dies in a nursing home and not in the home she had always known as an adult (Harry's company had taken over her property), Harry loses it completely and he goes on a rampage against the corporate world in a tirade that cannot but end in a rather bloody mess.
corruption, death, dog, pets, rampage, resentment, tradition