Who Framed Roger Rabbit is not only a nostalgic treat for those raised in the '80s, it is also a hands-down great popcorn movie. And even now, 30 years after it's release, the combination of animation and live action – state-of-the-art at the time – hardly looks dated.
Eddie is a cynical private detective. His territory is a Los Angeles in which people live alongside cartoon characters, and if there’s one thing Eddie hates, it’s ‘toons. Despite his reluctance, he gets involved in a murder investigation. Everything in the case points to the cartoon rabbit as the perpetrator. Now it’s Eddie’s job to find out: Who framged Roger Rabbit?
With a degree in photography from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Basje Boer (1980) made her debut as wordsmith in 2006 with her collection of short stories entitled Kiestoon at De Arbeiderspers and published her first novel Bermuda in 2016. She continues to publish her stories and features (mostly on film) in publications like De Groene Amsterdammer, Das Magazin and De Gids. Continuing her explorations of the pen, Basje is currently working on her second novel.
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