What to say about a serie that is almost perfect? You can say what is not perfect in it. That's what i'm going to do. There are two (little) reasons the series isn't perfect. The first reason is that there are new persons in every episode. Sometimes it is a little hard to know who is who. But this is just a tiny 'problem'.
Another 'problem is that the occupations of the two main players (Huub Stapel and Marcel Hensema as Herman Vlieger and wessel van Ede) don't mix too well. Herman is an advocate and Wessel is a shrink. These two occupations don't see to have anything in comment and this sometimes give you the feeling it are two different series. Thats a shame!
But the actors are perfect, great and everything else which is positive. All of the actors. They gives you the feeling all of it is really happening. The camerastands are more than perfect. Not like you have seen it over a thousand times, but like you have seen them only once or twice. This is because the camera isn't just standing somewhere, but the camera is everywere; sometimes it's above the actors, the next scene it is next to them and in the third scene the camera is very low to the floor.
The extras are that Herman and Wessel are two homosexuals who love each other and have just bought a house they have to fix. The good thing about 'Wet en Waan' is that this doesn't play a big role in the series. Being gay isn't something special in 'Wet en Waan'. The other extra is that the serie gives some attention to the private life of Herman. He has two beautiful daughters and one of them (played by Rifka Lodeizen) wants to be an advocate as well. She gets a job at the same place as her father Herman and he doesn't really like this situation.
So that's why wet+waan=wow.
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