במסגרת פסטיבל הקולנוע הבינלאומי ברוטרדם יוקרן סרטה של הבימאית הבלגית מרטין דויין.
מתוך אתר הפסטיבל:
Trauma and post-traumatic stress are common concepts nowadays. Director Martine Doyen puts a nice spin on them by making an historic and modern film at the same time. In Brussels, witnesses from nearby or afar of the terrorist attack at the Jewish Museum in 2014 are plagued by collective hysteria, dancing frenetically in the streets. HAMSTERs is also inspired by the 'dancing mania' which took place in Brussels in 1564. Doyen’s film spontaneously absorbs chaos and shock, responds to mindless disorder by its own joyfully weird, therapeutic disorder. The 'dancers' disrupt public space the same way terrorists do, maybe in a more disturbing way.