Pim de la Parra
Pim de la Parra (born 5 January 1940) is a Surinamese-Dutch film director.
Between 1967 and 1976, he directed films under the independent production company Scorpio Films with Dutch film director Wim Verstappen, who manages all of its achievements.
After a few short films, he began his career as an international director with Obsessions (1969), co-written by Martin Scorsese. He co-produced Blue Movie (1971) by Wim Verstappen, which was one of the most erotic movies of its time, showing nudity with a realism that confounded critics and censorship authorities. It was followed by Frank en Eva (1973), Alicia (1974), Dakota (1975) and Mijn Nachten met Susan, Olga, Albert, Julie, Piet & Sandra (1975), these four films forming an erotic tetralogy written with Charles Gormley. In 1976, he directed Wan Pipel, the first film shot entirely with actors from Suriname.
|Geburtsdatum:||04.01.1940 (♑ Steinbock)|
|Alter:||82Jahre 8Monate 26Tage|
|Nationalität:||Königreich der Niederlande|
|Berufe:||Filmregisseur, Drehbuchautor, Schauspieler, Regisseur,|