The second feature film by Fons Rademakers is a tragicomedy about three Amsterdam families that come up against a generation gap during the traditional Dutch feast of St. Nicolas, when the adults behave like children. The film reflects the character of the late fifties, when children increasingly rebelled against parental authority. That Joyous Eve... won a Silver Bear at the 1961 Berlin Film Festival.

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Nederlandse Filmproductie Maatschappij

Title: Makkers staakt uw wild geraas
Year: 1960
Duration : 1 hour, 38 minutes
Category: Feature film
Edition: NFF 1984

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