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HannaHannaH (2007)

Hannah, the headstrong rebel of seven siblings, tries to avoid the preparations for her parent's wedding anniversary, but her charming brand-new lover Victor sort of drags her along, and ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Barry Atsma ... Wim
Luciano Balestra Luciano Balestra ... Paul
Kees Boot ... Toon
John Buijsman John Buijsman ... Don
Eva Damen Eva Damen ... Jantien
Sanne den Hartogh Sanne den Hartogh ... Martin
Paul Geusebroek Paul Geusebroek ... Mike
Janni Goslinga Janni Goslinga ... Trea
Marcel Hensema ... Bert
Kees Hulst Kees Hulst ... Vader
Tanja Jess Tanja Jess ... José
Antonie Kamerling ... Victor
Maria Kraakman ... HannaHannaH
Jasmijn Kuipers Jasmijn Kuipers ... Renée
Beau Meuldijk Beau Meuldijk ... Bob
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Hannah, the headstrong rebel of seven siblings, tries to avoid the preparations for her parent's wedding anniversary, but her charming brand-new lover Victor sort of drags her along, and soon proves an ideal son-in-law, which arouses mixed feelings in her. The sister in law who for years tries to fit in but always felt ignored gets a fit because Victor is immediately invited to chip in and join the anniversary river cruise, so they take over the organization from her. Yet when he confides in her the bunch is miserable at communicating, she claims he can't judge after just one evening and seems suddenly uncertain whether to stay with Victor who proves quite patient and understanding... Written by KGF Vissers

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Country:

Netherlands

Language:

Dutch

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13 May 2007 (Netherlands) See more »

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Budget:

€800 (estimated)
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Perfect casting in an almost perfect movie

Calling this movie a 'feelgood love story' wouldn't sum it up. Hannahannah has far more to offer than the love story at it's core. First of all, there is the perfect casting in all roles, without exception; Maria Kraakman and Antonie Kamerling are gorgeous and credible as the lovers, with Kamerling giving a powerful, all time best performance, while Kraakman proves the best choice for portraying the offbeat loner Hannah. Tanja Jess and Kees Boot provide layered support as a troubled middle-class couple and Barry Atsma makes the most of his over the top role as a mentally challenged/comedic sidekick. The story is a textbook example of a romantic drama, but sometimes feels a bit like an emotional roller-coaster, due to it's highs and lows, drama and comedy, tears and happiness in such a short amount of time. In result, the viewer may feel a bit detached from the characters and their quirky natures. One can't help to think a 'kick in the butt' for any of the main characters would be a good idea. Fortunately, towards the end, the writers of Hannahannah seemed to have the same idea, as the bundle the wide array of emotions into a satisfying conclusion. Although certainly no perfect movie (the dialog is sometimes a bit out of place and some scenes seem abundant or end as soon as things are getting interesting), Hannahannah is worth more than one viewing. Especially dutch viewers will feast on the banquet of recognition, the sometimes subtle, sometimes blunt use of dialog and the apparent skill in direction and photography. Enjoy!


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