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It's summer, and recent college graduate Nadir has accepted to drive his father's old taxi from their home in the Netherlands to his family's home country of Morocco to deliver it to a friend. Without notice his two friends Abdel and Zakaria join him on the trip. Nadir doesn't want to waste time, but his friends insist on picking up a French hitchhiker and letting her show them around Barcelona. We eventually learn that there is more to the trip for Nadir than just delivering a car, and it becomes a conflict that threatens the three men's friendship. Written by
Peter Brandt Nielsen
i had a great time see this one here. i could imagine myself doing the same thing on a trip. the story and plot is great and had a good end . the only thing i could criticize is that the french girl spoke English with a very strong dutch accent.
i mean when you meet a french person that speaks English , we all know how that sounds , very funny English with a strong french accent and not with an obvious dutch accent. but besides of that i enjoyed the movie a lot.
not the best movie of the year , but for sure a lot of fun to watch and no boring moments . it gives you a look in the real life of such a road trip what you can expect and what people you could meet. good and bad .
well done !
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