Floris van Rozemond Junior, son and heir of a long line of knights of that name, refuses to go in the military 'family business' and becomes an actor, a profession scorned by his homonymous... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Floris sr.
Van Rossum jr.
Linda van Dyck ...
Hertogin van Gelre
Bastiaan Ragas ...
Blanchefleur / Marilyn Monroe
Loes Wouterson ...
Henk Poort ...
Sergeant sr.
Kees Boot ...
Sergeant jr.
Tom Jansen ...
Bob van Tol ...
Van Rossum sr.
Yannick van de Velde ...
Hertog van Bourgondië
Chabi Ibidon ...
Black Pirate (as Didier Chabi)
Dimme Treurniet ...
Grote Piraat
Harry Wiesenhaan ...
Piraat Julio (as Harrie Wiessenhaan)
Pieter Tiddens ...


Floris van Rozemond Junior, son and heir of a long line of knights of that name, refuses to go in the military 'family business' and becomes an actor, a profession scorned by his homonymous father, the general of the under-age duke of Burgundy. The duke chose this year to pay for his people to have bread and butter, rather then canons for the army, but relies for Floris senior's defense force on a novelty Holy relic from the East, a nail from the Holy Cross, supposedly rendering invulnerable, smuggled to his court in an inconspicuous place- a horse's arse, yet the men of his rival, the duchess of Gelre, think they got it from the stripped body of the courier. Now Floris Sr. is charged with transporting it, but hides it in cheeses, which get sold to the duchess and distributed to her men in Christmas bonus packets. The Gelre side decides to kidnap Floris Jr. and exchange him for the relic, but a Chinese, Pi, helps him escape; when Floris Senior won't even hear their plan, they start ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Release Date:

16 December 2004 (Netherlands)  »

Box Office


€5,000,000 (estimated)

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2.35 : 1
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Rutger Hauer was asked to play the part of Floris' dad, the same part he played in Floris (1969), but he refused. See more »


References Goede tijden, slechte tijden (1990) See more »

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Best Dutch comedy film, very funny.
21 December 2004 | by (Holland) – See all my reviews

Jean van de Velde has proved with All Stars that he is capable of making a good comedy film. In my opinion he has reached his peak with this film in this genre.

I could never dream that I would cry during a Dutch film, cry with laughter I mean! This film wasn't meant to copy the original Floris films and that is a good choice. The writers have written a story that hardly refers to the series, except for the beginning.

Van Rossum sr., Sergeant sr, Grote Pier and of course Floris all have offspring. After father Floris escapes from his enemies and hides the relic (a nail from Jezus' cross) they were after, young Floris is captured to convince his father to give the relic to the evil Hertogin van Gelre. But with the help of Pi, the peaceful Floris jr. escapes and decides to help his father and prove he is worth carrying the name of his father and grandfather.

The relic was hidden in a cheese and is by accident (and without knowing) in the hands of one of the 4 evil sons and daughter who are hired by the Hertogin van Gelre after their fathers failed.

Together with Pi he travels to each scoundrel to look for the relic and during the adventures a lot of (Dutch inside) jokes come along. I totally started crying out of laughter after the scene with the SM soldiers. A lot of scenes also made me grin and laugh. All actors prove there is hope for Dutch comedy, which I had given up after a lot of dumb comedy shows on Dutch TV. Thank you Jean van de Velde for giving me a great evening at the theaters.

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