Rondom het Oudekerksplein

Following a method often used on television of combining monologues and interviews with visual impressions not necessarily having a synchronized relationship with the soundtrack, Roeland Kerbosch set out to give an impression of Amsterdam's 'red light district', right in the heart of the Old City around the historic Old Church.

Keetje Tippel

Keetje Tippel (Cathy Tippel) is a historical character, who lived in Amsterdam during the 19th century.

Keetje came from the northern province of Frisia, with her father, mother and small sisters. Continually beset by difficulties, she succeeds in working her way up from extreme poverty, to eventually find romance and wealth. Forced into prostitution by her mother, in later life she proves more than a match for the men in her life.

Wat zien ik?

Blonde Greet immortalised for Dutch readers in the novels of actor-author Albert Mol, is the Irma la Douce type of prostitute with a heart of gold - simple, clever and witty all at once. Piet Römer plays the irresistible social worker in this quick, colourful farce about the ladies of Amsterdam nights and their guardian angels, and their often-harassed costumers.