A self-described ”biting comedy” that barely leaves a mark. Family affairs go awry when three sisters conspire to foil their gay brother’s marriage to a woman (he’s trying to fulfill a clause in their father’s will that would allow him to inherit dear old Dad’s resort hotel in Portugal). The brother plans to sell the property and pocket the money; the trio wants the building to themselves as an escape from their unfulfilling lives. The fact that Dutch writer-director Paula van der Oest’s dull, uneven effort was Oscar-nominated for Best Foreign Language Film this year doesn’t speak well for the category; the selfish, bickering sisters do a great job rendering themselves, and the movie, forgettable. EXTRAS Zilch.
Zus & Zo A self-described ''biting comedy'' that barely leaves a mark. Family affairs go awry when three sisters conspire to foil their gay brother's marriage...Zus & ZoRomance, Comedy, Foreign LanguagePT106M A self-described ''biting comedy'' that barely leaves a mark. Family affairs go awry when three sisters conspire to foil their gay brother's marriage...2003-07-25Jacob Derwig
Genre: Romance, Comedy, Foreign Language; Starring: Anneke Blok, Monic Hendrickx, Sylvia Poorta, Jacob Derwig; Director: Paula Van der Oest; Runtime (in minutes): 106
Posted July 25 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
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