Frans Weisz / NL, 2001 / 91 min.
A Jewish family gets together to celebrate the fortieth wedding anniversary of the head of the family. The actors and characters in Weisz’s trilogy have moved on ten years after the first episode of Leedvermaak, but time is not a healer of wounds. They make the best of their personal crises with black humour and an unexpected vitality.
Also screening on 18 February are Weisz” Leedvermaak (1989) and Qui vive (2001), starring the same cast (Pierre Bokma, Annet Nieuwenhuijzen, Kitty Courbois, Rijk de Gooyer, Peter Oosthoek, Catherine ten Bruggencate, Sigrid Koetse).
Frans Weisz - Filming is wonderful
To mark the premiere of Frans Weisz” adaptation of Campert's novel Het leven is vurrukkulluk, EYE builds a programme around the films of one of the Netherlands” most prominent filmmakers of the past fifty years.
To mark the premiere of Frans Weisz’s latest film Het leven is vurrukkulluk, based on Remco Campert’s sparkling novel, Eye presents a programme of films by one of the Netherlands’ most prominent filmmakers of the past fifty years. Frans Weisz, actors and crew will attend a number of the screenings.