Ali is a young Egyptian screenwriter determined to succeed in London, where he has been a student. He loves the artistic and political freedom, the colours, the music, the individualism. ... See full summary »
A group of children living on the street leave their gang, prompting retribution from the gang's leader. After one of the children dies, the rest try to come up with the resources to give their friend a proper burial.
That is an unpleasant film. It's misogynous (poor women, not a movie for her, they are just treated as a good dish to savour once only!), homophobic (dirty jokes about homosexuals and especially the gay beating up are inacceptable)and Manichean as at the end the bourgeoisie embodied by Dutronc betrays the lower class... That's simplistic, shallow and pretentious. Oh yes, I was forgetting, that's just a dumb film!
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