Three-part television series that tells the story of the young, impetuous female Minister who struggles against the regent culture and back room politics.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Marieke Heebink Marieke Heebink ...  Dirkje Holman
Derek de Lint ...  Prime Minister Staal
Fedja van Huêt ...  Joris van den Berg
Serge-Henri Valcke ...  Lopez Dias
Aart Staartjes Aart Staartjes ...  Lagerweij
Theo Maassen ...  Roel
Bert Luppes Bert Luppes ...  Boogers
Emiel de Voogd Emiel de Voogd ...  Erwin
Sigrid Koetse Sigrid Koetse ...  Bohnen
Kitty Courbois Kitty Courbois ...  Salomo
Jur van der Lecq Jur van der Lecq ...  Luitjes
Rifka Lodeizen ...  Ellen Portengen
Steven van Watermeulen ...  Ruben
Nanette Kuijpers Nanette Kuijpers ...  Johanna
Jurg Molenaar Jurg Molenaar ...  Kuipers
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Mevrouw de minister (2002) (Madam Minister) is a three-part television series that tells the story of the young, impetuous female Minister of Social Affairs and Employment Dirkje Holman (Marieke Heebink), whose entrance in the masculine politics brings a lot of commotion.

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Netherlands

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Dutch

Release Date:

12 May 2002 (Netherlands) See more »

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Some events in the series take place in the Dutch parliament. These scenes however were filmed in the so called Koepelzaal in the Flemish Parliament building in Brussels. See more »

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How an enthusiastic, ambitious politician in cynical coalition play is sacrificed by the antique dinosaurs of the political elite
27 February 2018 | by dourfaceSee all my reviews

Madam Minister (Mevrouw de minister) tells the fictional story of municipal councilor Dirkje Holman appointed to Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment. Unlike her colleagues, Dirkje wants to tackle things differently. She is innovative and quirky. Scenario-technical not brilliant, but with dynamic camera work, compelling music, and interesting tricks in the field of framing and camera making, which gives the series - entirely in black and white - the necessary grandeur and allure.


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