“The Claus Family 2” is a beloved Flemish original fantasy movie with a warm goo feel good filling in the middle. Taken from the story ‘The Claus Family’, the story sees Jules wearing Santa’s beautiful scarlet coat in his first year. However, when he receives a letter from little Mary with an extraordinary request, he breaks with tradition and goes against his grandfather for helping Mary reunite with her parents.
The admirable ensemble cast of Mo Baker and John Declare in the lead role enchants the screen and the festively decorated sets are equally exciting. The story unfolds in Santa’s office in the North Pole and in children’s homes around the world, with the shopping mall near Jules’ home in Belgium playing an important role. The Claus Family 2.
The Claus Family 2 Movie Filming Locations
‘The Claus Family 2’ was filmed around Belgium, the Netherlands and Romania and exclusively in Bucharest. Although the Christmas-themed image is displayed with a snowy landscape, the main photography took place in May and June 2021.
With the inception of the Lumiere brothers, the movie came to Romania in the early days and the country settled as a European center for movie production. The movie was set in Belgium and outdoor filming took place in the Netherlands and Belgium.
The Claus Family 2, Some scenes were filmed in Breda, a municipality in the province of North Brabant in the Netherlands.
Matey Voivod 94bis E in Bucharest City Sector 2 probably serves as the production base. The crew filmed almost all the interiors and many exteriors of the city.
The production team toured extensively in Belgium to movie other scenes. The Claus Family 2 movie was shot in Brussels, the capital of Belgium and the administrative center of the European Union. Some of the scenes were shot in the Brussels Comics Art Museum, a museum dedicated to Belgian comics.
Museum 20 is located at rue des Sables / Zandstraat. To capture the true essence of Flemish culture, the staff also visited the municipality of Sint-Peters-Leu in Brabant’s Flemish province, about 15 kilometers from Brussels. Several scenes were filmed in the Dutch-speaking city.
He filmed extensively in all the municipalities of Belgium to finalize the play. The Hendrik Library on the Hendrik Conscious Plane 4 in Antwerp Township gave Hendrik Conscious perhaps its courtyard to movie scenes from Santa’s underground toy warehouse. Some of the scenes were filmed in Kontich, a sleepy municipality in Antwerp, Belgium. These scenes were filmed at the Goodwill M&G Christmas store at Weldkunt 6 in Kontich.
The production team also visited the Belgian Port City Ghent to shoot several scenes. Some scenes were filmed in the Sint-Michaelskirk complex at Sint-Michelsplein 4 in a medieval camp. This is the Roman Catholic Church, which shows the last Gothic structure.
The church is located near the Ghent city center and is famous for its intricate interior decoration. The Antigens show theater on Sint-Buffs Plain 17 in the city was also busy, with staff filming several scenes in the theater and the cafe next door.