This movie doesn't quite feature the most Dutch persons a Dutch movie could have and that provides excellent ways to make visibly deal with the Dutch system that they are not fully familiar with.
The elements are easily to be recognized by most people. They have money problems. The husband is a slacker with a big mouth. The children worry about their parents. Changes are not easy to be made. These elements are carefully doses and woven into a story with a good pace, some humor, challenges and a tiny bit of "eww" factor that is luckily only caused by suggestions (no visible gore or sex and not much visible violence). Which makes it almost suitable for the whole family.
And then a ending happens that was only partially predictable.
So I'd say the only Dutch thing about this movie is the language and use of not the best camera equipment in the world.