Dick Maas Feature film - 1986 - 107 min.
Twelve plus
Drug and alcohol abuse
Foul language

Gouden Kalf winner

Beste Regie Dick Maas

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An antisocial dysfunctional family is placed in an affluent neighbourhood as part of a social experiment. The film drew in 2.3 million visitors with politically incorrect humour, nudity and car chases.

Following his début De lift (1983), Maas and his producer Geels founded First Floor Features, their first productions being Alex van Warmerdam's Abel en Maas' own Flodder, which was promoted with an unprecedented advertising campaign. The comic film spins around an antisocial family that is placed in an exclusive residential neighbourhood under the supervision of a social worker. The neighbours in the Zonnedael area are horrified to find out that the sons are crooks, that Ma Flodder smokes cigars and distills gin and that the daughter has morals as loose as her bust. Flodder drew 2.3 million visitors with politically incorrect humour, nudity and car chases. In 2007 the film was admitted to the "Canon van de Nederlandse Film", a list of the most important Dutch films.


Director(s) Dick Maas
Script Dick Maas
Producer(s) Dick Maas
Laurens Geels
Production Company
First Floor Features
Director of Photography
Marc Felperlaan
Production Design
Ad Roest
Sound on Set
Georges Bossaers
Production Country