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Doug is a young man who works all day as a concierge at a luxurious hotel, saving money to make his own business. Unfortunately, when he finds the financial supporter he needs, he discovers that his "saviour" is having an affair with the woman he loves! Now, he must choose between money and love... Written by
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Nothing's impossible Albert. Impossible just takes a couple extra phone calls.
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Written by Anders Wollbeck (as A. Wollbeck), Alexander Bard (as A. Bard), Midi Berhanu (as M. Berhanu)
Freweyni Teclehaimanot (as F. Teclehaimanot) and Maxi Berhanu (as M. Berhanu)
Performed by Midi, Maxi and Efti See more »
For Love or Money can best be described as a happy-go-lucky movie that is sure to make you smile.
Fox plays Doug, a concierge who has a dream of owning his own hotel - all he needs is the start up capital. He meets a guy who is keen to help but things get complicated when Doug discovers that his new found friend and financial helper is going out with the girl who he has been after for months (Anwar).
The outcome of this movie is no surprise and the love/hate relationship and chemistry between Fox and Anwar is very entertaining.
Overall an enjoyable film for all ages.
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