Single father and Deli owner Daan tries to find love online. Katje a beautiful yet self absorbed designer opens a store next door, they instantly dislike each other. Daan daughter Saar ... See full summary »
Bracha van Doesburgh,
It's about four friends in Gooi, a Dutch region where rich people live. One of those four friends, Cheryl, married Dutch singer Martin Morero. She moved from Amsterdam to Gooi. Anouk is an ... See full summary »
Linda de Mol,
Peter Paul Muller,
Skirt-day, that first beautiful day in spring when women altogether decide to wear a lovely skirt to enjoy the weather. Spring is in the air. The characters are attending a cooking course for singles. It's all about cooking and flirting.
Brasserie Valentine is a stylish, funny film about love. About first dates, falling in love and love anniversaries. About love under pressure of daily grind and distrust. And lovingly prepared food. All in one evening on Valentine's Day.
Egbert Jan Weeber,
I had so much fun watching this movie. Quite a few characters at first, but they are all played by well known actors so you get familiar with them quickly. Whether in their teens, twenties, thirties or fifties, all characters are trying to fight their age on party island Ibiza. Visually thrilling, but it's the comedy scenes that I liked best. Lex is hilarious as the old rock star that approves of his daughter having sex with her sister's husband. Irma (in her fifties) comes to the island to read books on the beach but meets good looking Jim Bakkum (in his twenties). She never intended to be a Cougar but their romance unfolds in a loving way. Sanne Vogel is adoring as a party-planner that falls in love with a rich soccer player whose friends enjoy spraying expensive bottles of champagne over the party crowd in clubs. "Verliefd op Ibiza" kept me excited every minute.
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