Joep is a piano tuner. Not the best in his profession. His fiancee ends their relationship and Joep wants to end his life. Then he meets Dorien. They fall in love but they have to deal with... See full summary »
André van Duin,
Corry van Gorp,
Frans van Dusschoten
When grocers's son Daantje Pieters is drafted, he falls for a girl in a blue hat he spots aboard the train to the garrison. At the barracks in The Hague, crafty conman Toontje takes Daantje... See full summary »
Maarten, a bachelor living with his terminally ill mother, is haunted by a nightmare in which God tells him to lose his virginity or die within the week. He desperately tries to lose his ... See full summary »
Ate de Jong
A bored company owner decides to find out what it is like to be one of his workers. During his "transformation" he falls in love with a cafeteria worker. When his alter ego "The Boss" makes... See full summary »
Dimitri Frenkel Frank
Rijk de Gooyer,
Monique van de Ven,
Geert de Jong
A quack dentist is mistaken by a corrupt Dutch Colonel for one of Napoleons Inspector Generals during Napoleons occupation in 1811. What follows is a hilarious feast of similar misunderstandings and is only meant for those with a good sense of humor.Written by
Wilbert Lek <email@example.com>
The film failed to recoup the production costs (3 million guilders) by a narrow margin, ending the movie careers of star André van Duin and producer Joop van den Ende. Both of them went back to television. See more »
In the TV version, all product placement had to be removed according to Dutch law. Because of this, a number of pop culture references, some punch lines and even the name of Vanessa's character (Mercedes) were omitted. The film was shown unedited for the first time on Dutch Television in December 2005, by which time all of the commercial references had become outdated. See more »
Great comedy, but is it a remake of "the inspector general"
This film is great comedy from "Andre van Duin". People from Belgium and Holland know this guy well. The film is a typical 'Van Duin' comedy, one scene i love is this where he tells the people of the new fasion hits from paris (dipping your nose in the soup..., hilarious). However, I can not help wondering, is this some sort of a remake of ' The Inspector General' starring Danny Kaye from 1949 ? Even when it is, the film is original enough to survive on it's comedy.
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