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Superjhemp did not interest me as a child. He is a cartoon figure I knew about, but as I don't enjoy reading cartoons, I did not know too much about the stories or his adventures. Superjhemp is however, a big part of Luxembourgish culture and a National figure.
Usually Luxembourgish movies are not too good. However, the Superjhemp movie has set a new precedent and is something to be proud of.
The story is packed with references and jokes on everyday life in Luxembourg, jokes about politicians, our Grand Duke, or even our beloved neighbouring countries.
The humour may partly be very simple, but does not fail to entertain. The story is brilliant and one cannot get bored whilst watching.
The movie is a masterpiece and is worth while watching.
I personally had to go watch it twice!
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