Pim de la Parra
Pim de la Parra (born 5 January 1940) is a Surinamese-Dutch film director of Portuguese descent.
He was educated at the Netherlands Film Academy. He became an editoral board member of the film magazine Skoop from 1963 which had been established by other students of the Academy. 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:||83Jahre 11Monate 4Tage|
|Nationalität:||Königreich der Niederlande|
|Berufe:||Filmregisseur, Drehbuchautor, Schauspieler, Regisseur,|