De schippers van de Kameleon (2003)

  |  Adventure, Family


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Young twin boys receive a boat of their own by a stroke of luck. It turns out to be very fast and they use their boat to help out their friends.


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29 June 2003 | bikkel32
9
| Exiting nostalgia
This picture is an excellent copy of the original book. Although the book was written more than 50 years ago the story is still exiting for young boys (and girls) and for the parents that read the book.

The twin brothers Hielke and Sietse Klinkhamer dream of having a boat. When they finally got one it becomes clear that their boat, although being rather ugly, is the fastest of the lake. In the movie the twin get to know Esther, a handsome girl that struggles with the death of her parents. This is a nice touch of the movie, since the book does not involve girls that much.

An excellent Dutch movie with some thrilling parts and a lot of laughs.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Adventure | Family

Details

Release Date:

25 June 2003

Language

Dutch, Frisian


Country of Origin

Netherlands

Filming Locations

IJlst, Wymbritseradeel, Friesland, Netherlands

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$4,649,322

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