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May 14, 2019
release_dates u
  • {"iso_3166_1"=>"NL", "iso_639_1"=>"nl", "release_date"=>"2018-09-08", "certification"=>"", "type"=>3, "note"=>""}
  • {"iso_3166_1"=>"NL", "iso_639_1"=>"", "release_date"=>"2019-01-01", "certification"=>"AL", "type"=>6, "note"=>"NPO 2"}
overview a
  • De groentezaak van Adrie en Francien Trimpe in de oude binnenstad van Vlissingen bestaat reeds 65 jaar. Ze zijn beiden zeer slecht ter been, maar Adrie werkt nog steeds 14 tot 16 uur per dag.
runtime u
  • 0
  • 64
translations a
  • nl-NL
August 31, 2018
overview u
  • A year in the life of Holland’s oldest greengrocer and his wife, who have been putting their heart and soul into running their shop for 65 years and don’t want to hear about quitting. Adrie and Francien’s greengrocer’s shop in Flushing’s old town has been there for 65 years. Old age has affected their walking ability, but Adrie still works 14 to 16 hours a day. Just before they got married in 1957, they went on holiday for the first and last time. Since then they haven’t got around to it. Working hard is their creed. Ada, Adrie’s much younger sister, helps out in the shop every day. She worries at the prospect of spending three months in the south of France. Will Adrie and Francien be able to carry on or will they have to close down their shop?
  • Loss won’t pay the bills is a moving and humorous portrait of Holland’s oldest greengrocer and his wife, who put their heart and soul into running their business and don’t want to hear about quitting. Adrie and Francien’s greengrocer’s shop in Flushing’s old town has been there for 65 years. Old age has affected their walking ability, but Adrie still works 14 to 16 hours a day. Just before they got married in 1957, they went on holiday for the first and last time. Since then they haven’t got around to it. Working hard is their creed. Ada, Adrie’s much younger sister, helps out in the shop every day. She worries at the prospect of spending three months in the south of France. Will Adrie and Francien be able to carry on or will they have to close down their shop?
overview u
  • A year in the life of Holland’s oldest greengrocer and his wife, who have been putting their heart and soul into running their shop for 65 years and don’t want to hear about quitting. Adrie and Francien’s greengrocer’s shop in Flushing’s old town has been there for 65 years. Old age has affected their walking ability, but Adrie still works 14 to 16 hours a day. Just before they got married in 1957, they went on holiday for the first and last time. Since then they haven’t got around to it. Working hard is their creed. Ada, Adrie’s much younger sister, helps out in the shop every day. She worries at the prospect of spending three months in the south of France. Loss won’t pay the bills is a moving and humorous portrait of Holland’s oldest greengrocer and his wife, who put their heart and soul into running their business and don’t want to hear about quitting. Will Adrie and Francien be able to carry on or will they have to close down their shop?
  • A year in the life of Holland’s oldest greengrocer and his wife, who have been putting their heart and soul into running their shop for 65 years and don’t want to hear about quitting. Adrie and Francien’s greengrocer’s shop in Flushing’s old town has been there for 65 years. Old age has affected their walking ability, but Adrie still works 14 to 16 hours a day. Just before they got married in 1957, they went on holiday for the first and last time. Since then they haven’t got around to it. Working hard is their creed. Ada, Adrie’s much younger sister, helps out in the shop every day. She worries at the prospect of spending three months in the south of France. Will Adrie and Francien be able to carry on or will they have to close down their shop?
overview u
  • A moving but also funny portrait of the oldest greengrocer of the Netherlands and his wife who have worked with heart and soul for 65 years and are still not thinking about quiting. How long can they keep going?
  • A year in the life of Holland’s oldest greengrocer and his wife, who have been putting their heart and soul into running their shop for 65 years and don’t want to hear about quitting. Adrie and Francien’s greengrocer’s shop in Flushing’s old town has been there for 65 years. Old age has affected their walking ability, but Adrie still works 14 to 16 hours a day. Just before they got married in 1957, they went on holiday for the first and last time. Since then they haven’t got around to it. Working hard is their creed. Ada, Adrie’s much younger sister, helps out in the shop every day. She worries at the prospect of spending three months in the south of France. Loss won’t pay the bills is a moving and humorous portrait of Holland’s oldest greengrocer and his wife, who put their heart and soul into running their business and don’t want to hear about quitting. Will Adrie and Francien be able to carry on or will they have to close down their shop?
genres a
  • {"name"=>"Documentary", "id"=>99}
production_countries a
  • NL
release_dates a
  • {"iso_3166_1"=>"NL", "iso_639_1"=>"nl", "release_date"=>"2018-09-08", "certification"=>"", "type"=>3, "note"=>""}
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spoken_languages a
  • ["nl"]
title a
  • Loss Won't Pay the Bills
iso_639_1 u
  • en
  • nl
crew a
  • {"person_id"=>582351, "department"=>"Directing", "job"=>"Director", "cast_id"=>1, "credit_id"=>"5b8950219251414cf8010ff8"}
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runtime a
  • 64
translations a
  • en-US
overview a
  • A moving but also funny portrait of the oldest greengrocer of the Netherlands and his wife who have worked with heart and soul for 65 years and are still not thinking about quiting. How long can they keep going?
original_title a
  • Van verlies kun je niet betalen
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