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Mama is boos! (1986)

When a wife and mother of two finds out her husband has an affair, she tries to make his life a living hell.

Director:

Ruud van Hemert

Writer:

Ruud van Hemert
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Faber Peter Faber ... John Gisberts
Geert de Jong Geert de Jong ... Danny Gisberts
Sanne van der Noort Sanne van der Noort ... Jan-Julius Gisberts
Alexander Mouissie Alexander Mouissie ... Valentijn Gisberts
Rijk de Gooyer ... Pete Stewart
Adelheid Roosen Adelheid Roosen ... Jane Fongler
Hans Veerman ... Mac
Trudy de Jong Trudy de Jong ... Jenny
Bartho Braat Bartho Braat ... Donald
Joss Flühr Joss Flühr ... Mary
Pollo Hamburger Pollo Hamburger ... Patrick
Mathilde Verhaar Mathilde Verhaar ... Valery
Nelly Frijda Nelly Frijda ... Dr. Ellis K.P.R.
Bea Meulman Bea Meulman ... Gerda K.P.R.
Peter Bos Peter Bos ... Albert Koning K.P.R.
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When a wife and mother of two finds out her husband has an affair, she tries to make his life a living hell.

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Comedy

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Is a sequel to the movie Schatjes from 1984 and was also known as Schatjes 2. Although the family Gisberts have four children in Schatjes, with the two oldest children playing a key part in the storyline, there is no mention of the two oldest in Mama Is Boos and only the two youngest children appear in the second movie. See more »

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Quotes

John Gisberts: [walks to the entrance of the Anke Bouma School. He impatiently rings the doorbell, hits on the door and on the window]
Anke Bouma: [talks through the mailbox] Mr. Gisberts, I am Anke Bouma, the principal. In case of divorce, our school only allows contact with the student after permission from the parent the child lives with. That means I can't help you.
[closes the mailbox]
John Gisberts: [kicks at the door] Shit! Valentijn!
Anke Bouma: [walks back but decides to open the door] How dare you kidnap an 8 year old? This is pointless. Try ...
[...]
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Crazy Credits

At the end, a funeral wreath is seen, reading: 'Tot de volgende keer. Ruud van Hemert.' ('See you next time. Ruud van Hemert') However, a sequel was never made. See more »

Connections

Follows Darlings! (1984) See more »

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Dutch Action-Comedy-Mix At His Best !!
19 January 2010 | by homecoming8See all my reviews

Dutch Director Ruud Van Hemert had a smashing hit with "Schatjes!" (1984) in Holland so that a sequel became inevitable. Almost the entire cast is back in "Mama Is Boos", again directed by Van Hemert. This time, it is not the kids who raise hell, but the war is between the parents John (Peter Faber) and Danny (Geert DeJong). Their kids are caught up in their fight when John returns to his girlfriend Jane. "Mama Is Boos" is certainly in the same league as "Schatjes" and was again a huge success in Holland, compare it with box-office movies like "Flodder". I saw it several times throughout the years and I still love it. It is "Holland's Glory" at his best. For those who never saw it (since it is a Dutch movie after all): check it out if you get the chance. To this day it is still hard to believe that Van Hemert later went on to make total crap like "Feestje" instead of a third one.


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Country:

Netherlands

Language:

Dutch

Release Date:

20 March 1986 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

Hitting the Fan! See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.75 : 1
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