A 30-something slacker finds his carefree life turned upside down when he falls for his sister's teenage babysitter.

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Michiel ten Horn

Writers:

Michiel ten Horn (idea), Anne Barnhoorn (idea) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Pepijn Cladder Pepijn Cladder ... Tommy
Anis de Jong Anis de Jong ... Ernie
Wolf de Witte van Leeuwen Wolf de Witte van Leeuwen ... Jeroen
Cendy Dierdorp Cendy Dierdorp ... Family member (as Cendy Onstein)
Glenn Durfort Glenn Durfort ... Manager mediamarkt
Randy Fokke Randy Fokke ... Rineke
Nick Golterman ... Gladjakker
Alexandra Groenestein Alexandra Groenestein ... Esther
Markoesa Hamer ... Julie
Martijn Hillenius Martijn Hillenius ... Tim
Burt Lamaker Burt Lamaker ... Professor
Stephen Liebman Stephen Liebman ... Marcus
Gijs Naber ... Thijs
Sanne Oussoren Sanne Oussoren ... Worshipper
Niels Pasteuning Niels Pasteuning ... nieuwe Walter
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Storyline

A 32-year-old waster and eternal student, Thijs, leads a slovenly, relaxed life full of beer, chicks and the occasional shift at a tedious media megastore. When Thijs visits his sister's house to do some washing, instead of his usual encounter with her semi-perfect family, he meets Lisa, the baby-sitter: a mature sixteen-year-old with exorbitant ambitions. Without intending to, Lisa has a profound effect on Thijs, unveiling a deeply ingrained dissatisfaction with his own passive behaviour.

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Comedy | Romance

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Both Gijs Naber and Roos Wiltink played their own age during production. She was 16 during filming and he was 32 years old. See more »

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References Titanic (1997) See more »

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Funny and charming
28 November 2014 | by benjamin_komenSee all my reviews

If a movie causes you to leave the cinema with a smile on your face, you know it reached its goal (if that was the goal of the movie). The kids acting in this movie are soo cute!

The main actor says "oh, this is so cliché" at one point in time and I guess he somehow nailed it, most scenes are a caricature of everyday real life human interaction. Still the story, or rather the stream of funny events, keeps you entertained till the end.

Somehow the story that's told feels like one of those thoughts you sometimes think, but would never speak out loud. Because it's too bizarre or out of touch with reality. Some parts can be confronting as well, who doesn't feel like you haven't made the best of your life and are just wasting it a bit? But at some point when you hit rock bottom, the only way is up.

I would definitely recommend seeing this movie, if you're in for 99 minutes with a smile on your face.


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Country:

Netherlands

Language:

Dutch | English

Release Date:

6 November 2014 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

How To Avoid Everything See more »

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$434,675
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Pupkin Film, AVROTROS See more »
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Dolby Digital

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Color

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2.39:1
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