I saw this movie at the International Filmfestival of Flanders in Ghent and I was pleasantly surprised.
The best thing about this movie is that it is true and believable. This is life in Brussels. With its good and its bad moments. They even speak Flemish in one scene of the movie!!!! How odd is that for a French-speaking production. This movie should really get a theatrical release, at least in all the European countries.
It may look as a television production and it is not as controversial as La Haine, but it has its merits. It's gripping at moments, it makes you smile (the scene in the restaurant at the coast!) and also get angry at our society. But there is also hope and that's good, right?
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