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Kees van Nieuwkerk
On a beautiful island with beautiful and handsome people develops all kind of story lines. The movie is in the tradition of the Dutch films Costa! and Volle Maan, also directed by the same Johan Nijenhuis. The male and female actors are great. It's nice to see some of the players from the Dutch television series Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden in a different manner. I find great chemistry between Simone Kleinsma and Jim Bakkum. The buttocks of Jan Kooijman, everybody in The Netherlands was so excited about, is nicely photographed, good camera-work. It's a nice movie, with a laugh and a tear. And stay when the closing credits appear. There's a nice last shot with Kim Feenstra in it.
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