Walhalla (film)

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Walhalla
Directed by Eddy Terstall
Release date
  • 8 June 1995 (1995-06-08)
CountriesBelgium, Netherlands
Language Dutch

Walhalla is a 1995 Belgian and Dutch thriller film directed by Eddy Terstall.

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