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Kim van Kooten,
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Spoiled-rotten airhead Dutch socialites Kitty, Estelle and Nicolette hire criminal Cliff to eliminate their husbands, businessmen which they suspect of adultery. Cliff's uncharacteristic clumsiness in staging accidents and pure chance cause ample complications. Written by
Although three of the four most successful Dutch films of the preceding 20 years were made by Dick Maas, the Dutch Film Fund declined to provide funding for this film three times. After Maas started a legal procedure, they reluctantly gave in. See more »
Who was there for him 24 hours a day? Who held his hand when he was ill?
[gets carried away]
Who satisfied all his whims, however fanciful, without any protest whatsoever?
[throws Nicolette a puzzled look]
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I just saw the movie, and I found it very disappointing. This is Dick Maas' first movie in 6 years, and his first movie with Dutch dialogues in 12 years, his last one being Flodder 3. I was hoping that Maas learned from his errors in the past, but somehow he managed to make exactly the same ones again. There is too much dialogue, the jokes are rarely funny. I don't know about you, but I've had enough of that "making fun of very rich people", this movie does it again... The main characters are so dumb, that you want to cry sometimes. But you can't do that, because the sound is sometimes so terrible that you've got to listen carefully what they are saying... yet another Dutch movie with poor sound! But not all is bad, there are some nice special effects, but hey, that guy that was shot through the hand in the club Mikado... Dick, you took that from From dusk till dawn... if that was your inspiration, look somewhere else and don't copy that silly joke in you own stuff... and please, come with something new, because I felt like i was watching Flodder IV for some reason...
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