In this mini-series after the novel by Flemish author Aster Berkhof (the identical Dutch title means "Good luck, professor"), brilliant but unknown art historian Peter Falke, a ... See full summary »
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Katrien De Ruysscher ...
 Ann Shirling 5 episodes, 2001
Robert De La Haye ...
 Peter Falke / ... 5 episodes, 2001
François Beukelaers ...
Kristoff Clerckx ...
Bob De Moor ...
Werner De Smedt ...
 Jim Collin 4 episodes, 2001
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 Professor Brückner 4 episodes, 2001
Karel Deruwe ...
 Xavier De Frontillac 4 episodes, 2001
Jeron Amin Dewulf ...
Dimitri Dupont ...
 Reginald Shirling 4 episodes, 2001
Jan Van Hecke ...
 Gabriël Carné 4 episodes, 2001
Steven Van Herreweghe ...
 Eddy Lebon 4 episodes, 2001
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In this mini-series after the novel by Flemish author Aster Berkhof (the identical Dutch title means "Good luck, professor"), brilliant but unknown art historian Peter Falke, a Rubens-expert, gets the career opportunity of a life-time when an established colleague at his university is suddenly medically unavailable to give his course at Mrs. Thompson's exclusive annual holiday academy for the very rich in a Swiss luxury hotel. Must students are spoiled brats, so their interest goes less to the courses then to Alpine fun, drinking pranks and dares- Ann Shirling, the most popular girl, makes a bet which starts a comedy of errors involving the kind but rather clumsy and society-inept Peter, who secretly falls in love with her, to the amusement of his older colleagues. Written by KGF Vissers

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If you love the book don't have high expectations
6 April 2001 | by See all my reviews

I first read the book and I just loved it. When I heard it was turned into a tv-serie, I had high expectations. But when I saw the first part, I immediatly knew it could never be so good as the book. The first and the last episodes are the most boring ones, so I think many people stoped watching after the first part. Katrien was very good as Ann shirling altough, it was one of her first roles.


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