In the afternoon I sit down with Dorith Vinken. She is a Dutch editor with an impressive list of films, documentaries and series to her name. Twice she was nominated for a ‘Gouden Kalf’ for editing. The last few years she worked on a huge project that resulted in the incredible movie ‘Brozer’. The film started as fiction and ended as a documentary. It is about one of the actresses; Leonoor Pauw dying of cancer. ‘Brozer’ is a sequel to the movie ‘Broos’ (1997) about five sisters struggling with family relationships. It was clear when they started to shoot ‘Bozer’ Leonoor Pauw was terminally ill. This was also included in the fiction script. At a certain point the movie would end and Leonoor would be able to spent the last period of her life with her family, but she decided that she wanted to continue filming. At this point the fiction became reality. The actresses started to use their own names. But how do you edit this transition from fiction to documentary in such a way it is clear to the viewer?