De avonturen van een suikertante
The future happiness of a young man and his fiancé depends on the goodwill of an elderly aunt. Auntie, however, gets the idea that she would like to marry. A matrimonial advertisement she places in the newspaper is answered by an old gentleman. As he is a teetotaller, like herself, Auntie believes she has found the right person to be her husband. The day of the first rendezvous arrives. Two jolly friends of the young couple, one of them dressed as a girl, decide to make use of it by presenting themselves as suitors and causing confusion. During an opulent champagne breakfast in an appropriately merry mood, these friends drive Auntie and her aged admirer to distraction, so much so that they no longer wish to have anything to do with each other. Auntie, although bitterly disappointed, realizes that she is too old for marriage and finally gives her blessing to the happy young couple.
G. Donaldson, Of Joy and Sorrow. A Filmography of Dutch Silent Fiction, Amsterdam (1997), pp. 135-136