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Controversial director Paul Verhoeven made his feature-film debut with this Dutch comedy-drama about two prostitutes working in the Amsterdam Red Light district, and the many strange and unusual men they meet through their work. Also known as Diary Of A Hooker, Business is Business, and Any Special Way, Wat Zien Ik? was based on the short stories of Albert Mol; the film was photographed by Jan de Bont, who later went on to become a successful director himself. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
Widescreen presentation [1.66:1] enhanced for 16x9 TVs
Audio commentary with director Paul Verhoeven
Paul Verhoeven bio
In Dutch with optional English subtitles
Year of Release
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel/monaural
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
Side #1 --, 0. Chapter Selections, 1. Program Start/Main Titles [2:08], 2. Business Is Business [4:33], 3. Horror Show [3:56], 4. Domestic Disturbance [3:39], 5. Red Light District [3:45], 6. Lap Dance [3:57], 7. Discipline in the Classroom [4:05], 8. Red Roses [4:00], 9. Cock-A-Doodle-Doo [3:29], 10. Blind Date [4:53], 11. Love at First Site [4:58], 12. Marriage Proposal [5:02], 13. Hitting Below the Belt [5:08], 14. Necrophiliac's Delight [2:15], 15. Night at the Opera [4:47], 16. Punishment [3:31], 17. Surprise Visit [5:04], 18. Just Like Old Times [3:37], 19. Playing Doctor [5:39], 20. Wedding Day [5:07], 21. Fond Farewell [2:47], 22. Maid Service [2:44], 23. Exit Music [2:29]