J.W. Katadreuffe is the son of Joba Katadreuffe and A.B. Drevenhaven. Though fully neglected by Joba, Dreverhaven ensures the succesfull career of his son. Mostly unseen, though he sues his son a few times. The son Katadreuffe succeeds, but at great costs.
- Stars:Jan Decleir, Fedja van Huêt, Betty Schuurman, Tamar van den Dop, Victor Löw, Hans Kesting, Lou Landré, Bernard Droog, Frans Vorstman, Fred Goessens, Jasper Gottlieb, Marius Gottlieb, Pavlik Jansen op de Haar, Marisa Van Eyle, Wim Van Der Grijn,
- Country:Netherlands, Belgium
- Director:Mike van Diem,
- Writer:Ferdinand Bordewijk (short story "Dreverhaven en Katadreuffe" and novel "Karakter"), Laurens Geels (screenplay), Mike van Diem (screenplay), Ruud van
Jacob Katadreuffe lives mute with his mother, has no contact with his father who only works against him and wants to become a lawyer, at all costs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Character torrent reviews
(it) wrote: oh my was this the opposite of a good parody
(ag) wrote: movie is actually dope...midget-killer!
(ru) wrote: Not that funny. There were only a few scenes that made me laugh. The lady that talks to animal spirits is pretty damned funny during the dinner at the end of the film. Other than that it is average.
(fr) wrote: why I have not seen this as a kid.. this was one of my sick dying in bed movies and brought joy to me.. it made me laugh and reminds me of being a kid again and mgm grand on the honey i shrunk the kids ride... this movie is a def plus.. even though the kids are deferent from the first one... but oh well.. still a gay ol time!!
(fr) wrote: The film is not the best film that I have ever seen, but it certainly has its charming and funny moments. I also find it very funny watching Paul Hogan (Crocodile Dundee) playing a straight man in a fake homosexual relationship.
(es) wrote: Sooooooooo bad! But this is so very entertaining. Worth a watch if you love bad Cage movies.
(ru) wrote: Burnt - 8/10Amazing performance by Bradley Cooper, who seems to be specializing in asshole characters. Burnt was about the pursuit of one man for perfection--for his dream of attaining the god-like stature of having 3 Michellin stars. The movie does a great job explaining to the audience what a Michellin star entailed, and what type of personality it took to get it. It was one big clusterfuck of egos and passions. Everyone got burnt.