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Excellent acting, engrossing scenario and beautiful photographer
The series gives a good insight in the life of Freddy Heineken, the head of a multinational and family concern that produce premium beer Heineken. It shows a life of not only a flamboyant head of industry but also a surprisingly fascinating private life. Acting is of high quality, with an absolutely outstanding performance Thom Hoffmann. He shows in a natural way the emotions of a proud and ambitious man that is confronted with situations that have a deep impact on his personal life. Photography in the colors of the sixties is brilliant, with a lot of brown beige tones. It is really a great pleasure to absorb the beautiful pictures and get lost in the that era. In the series story lines alternate in a natural way that add to the whole story becoming more interesting and giving a better understanding of the life of Freddy Heineken.
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