Welkom bij de Romeinen (TV Mini-Series 2014)

TV Mini-Series   |    |  Comedy, History


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Ancient history presented comically (at least, that's the intent) by interviewing with Caesar, Augustus, Ovidius and others in a modern style.


7.7/10
31

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  • Frank Lammers and Plien van Bennekom in Welkom bij de Romeinen (2014)
  • Hans Kesting in Welkom bij de Romeinen (2014)
  • Olaf Malmberg and Waldemar Torenstra in Welkom bij de Romeinen (2014)
  • Frank Lammers in Welkom bij de Romeinen (2014)
  • Marc-Marie Huijbregts and Plien van Bennekom in Welkom bij de Romeinen (2014)
  • Arjan Ederveen and Thor Braun in Welkom bij de Romeinen (2014)

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21 October 2016 | gieldereuver
4
| "Educational" show without proper research, "humour" without being funny
Witnessed the shooting of the show and watched all the episodes. Although the show has some nice film work and the selection of episodes and subjects is done well, I still think the whole thing is done poorly. The show is supposed to be educational, but the research is done very poorly, containing lots and lots of mistakes. Not only small mistakes which slip in easily or have to do with budget concerns! In some cases the character are supposed to be telling facts, while talking pure nonsense! Where the show's writer got this nonsense from remains a mystery to me: proper research from scientific sources would never provide you with such misinformation. It's very clear that the research was done very badly (the advice of people on set were not taken and the historical consultant was used poorly). The clothing and make-up department clearly didn't do any research into Roman Age fashion at all! Apart from that, the acting is bad and the jokes are stupid. It looks to me as if most actors thought: "Humor for kids, that means I just have to be brainless." The acting is done over the top, the jokes are dull and repetitive. Again, a nice effort, but they could have done it so much better. There is a thing like having limited possibilities and there is just being naive.

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Genres

Comedy | History

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Release Date:

4 October 2014

Language

Dutch


Country of Origin

Netherlands

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