Shoemaker Tuur is celebrating his wedding jubilee with his wife Emma. Although the whole family and village is happy to celebrate with them, Tuur doesn't feel like celebrating. The next ...
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Shoemaker Tuur is celebrating his wedding jubilee with his wife Emma. Although the whole family and village is happy to celebrate with them, Tuur doesn't feel like celebrating. The next morning after the party Emma finds out that Tuur has left. It soon turns out Tuur is at his sister Josées house. His other sister Gerda is mad when she finds out he's with Josée. The two sisters don't get along at all, but Emma refuses to go and get Tuur. So Tuur ends up staying with his sister and her singing girlfriend Odette.Written by
Originally, Ann Petersen was to play Gerda. Unfortunately, Petersen died before shooting had begun. She was replaced by Viviane de Muynck, and old student of hers at theatre school. See more »
what's is the music?
I enjoyed the movie very much. It shows many aspects of daylife in the first world. I have found more things in common that I expected by watching it. Whose is the waltz played along the movie? Is it Austrian or German? Too bad the cable TV companies in my country took almost ten years to put it available for the Brazilians. I'm unpleased, anyway, that the movie namers in my country never miss the chance of changing entirely the original. My god, this time they simply changed "Confituur" for something totally opposite: "shock of classes"...what has it to do with the true story of the film? Unfortunately, this is very common in here. They seems to own the rights of the work, but we know is only stupidity.... In any case, please let me know the name of the author and the name of the music I mentioned above. Thank you all for helping.
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