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Roméo Onze (2011)

A young man who quit school without telling his parents and whose shyness is compounded by a slight walking impediment poses as a successful businessman on the Internet. When the girl he's ... See full summary »

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5 wins & 6 nominations. See more awards »

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Ali Ammar ...
Rami
Joseph Bou Nassar ...
Ziad
Sanda Bourenane ...
Sabine
Eleonore Millier ...
Dounia
May Hilal ...
Samira
Caline Habib ...
Nada
Ziad Ghanem ...
Bassam
Mathieu Nadeau ...
Laurent (as Mathieu Nadeau-Vallée)
Kevin Traiaia ...
Martin
Nassim Sharara ...
Samer
Mahdi Tiab ...
Mahdi
Luiza Cocora ...
Employee
Francis Doumit ...
Prêtre
Mirvad Naddaf ...
Chanteur
Mario Trad ...
DJ
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A young man who quit school without telling his parents and whose shyness is compounded by a slight walking impediment poses as a successful businessman on the Internet. When the girl he's been chatting with wants to meet him, he is faced with a dilemma. Written by Corto Maltese

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9 March 2012 (Canada)  »

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Romaios Enteka  »

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CAD 1,200,000 (estimated)
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The school that Rami's (Ali Ammar) sister, Sabine (Sanda Bourenane), attends is named École secondaire Pierre-Laporte, a public high school in the borough of Town of Mont-Royal. See more »

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most original screenplay. loved it
26 March 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Wow, what a refreshing movie! What carried it to the end effortlessly is its truly original scenario. I doubt anyone will say they've seen something similar. But the greatness of this film is not just its originality (sometimes reinventing the wheel does not guarantee success) but its touching protagonist.

We follow him throughout the film, trying to find his voice. This is a discrete movie, that will let you seep into this young man's life and his Lebanese family (set in Montreal). I found that it surprised me with laughs when I least expected them. There were also a lot of moments without dialogue, which gave us the chance to enjoy the beautifully shot scenes.


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