Fat adolescent Dik Trom enjoys growing up in a hedonistic town devoted to food and fun. When a restaurant chain offers his father the life-long-dreamed opportunity to run his own, the Trom ... See full summary »
Eva van der Gucht,
The first Hanni & Nanni film was a bit of a surprise success in cinemas. Not a spectacular film, but old fashioned (Blyton) fun with a plot as thick as a needle and a nice cast of characters. The second installment is a much darker affair. This time around the girls seem to go from worry to worry. Money problems, divorces. And a pair of crooks you expect to see in a film for toddlers. A complete mess, salvaged only in a couple of scenes where blasts of happy music set the tone, rather than the actors. With the exception of Susanne von Borody, who gives a good performance. We should have known: this one was out of cinemas within a week. And number 3 is in the making.
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