In One more then Viewers and fans of Jochem Myjer get a unique insight into his life. It becomes clear that his shows have a huge impact on him and that since the surgery he hasn’t been as fit as he used to be. Jochem can only give a performance three times a week, provided he is not disturbed in his rhythm and rituals.
One of those rituals is that Jochem eats exactly at five o’clock in the afternoon before a performance. The comedian walks visibly on his gums and the entire broadcast shows a very emotional Jochem. “A comedian has never stopped,” Jochem replies when asked why he is going so far.
Although difficult to comprehend, there is a chance that the comedian will say goodbye to the stage, according to the end of the film. “Jochem Myjer will take a year off in 2020 to think about his work and life”, appears at the end of the documentary.
That the documentary portrays a completely different image of the popular comedian, is also apparent from the many reactions on Twitter.
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At the end of last year, Jochem already announced that he would take it easy for a year in 2020, below you can see all about it.