Willem Gerritsen Feature film - 2016 - 80 min.
Twelve plus
Drug and alcohol abuse
Foul language

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Comic drama in which Bas gets a crystal clear message from his dying grandpa: Don’t delay chasing girls. In Renesse, where Bas scatters his grandfather’s ashes, he tries to act on the advice.

On his deathbed, Bas’ grandfather urged his grandson not to delay chasing girls: ‘You must pour the milk when it’s fresh’. When Bas goes to Renesse to scatter his grandpa’s ashes, he decides to act on the advice. With two friends and his cousin, he embarks on a hilarious holiday, determined to score big. But the girls he aims for appear to have more admirers, and his friends don’t improve his chances either. And to add insult to injury, the cutest girl is the obnoxious campsite boss’ niece.


Director(s) Willem Gerritsen
Producer(s) Tom de Mol
Yoshi Aesaert
Production Company
Executive Producer
Liesbet Vaes
Director of Photography
Marc Van Acker
Production Design
Nico Poedts
Costume Design
Sound Design
Sound Editor
Sound on Set
Johan Somers
Visual Effects
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