A romantic comedy about the adventures of Nordip Doenia, a young Moroccan criminal in The Netherlands. His parents destine him for great things, but Nordip clearly has different ideas. He takes up a simple job far below his level as a dishwasher in a big motel. There, he falls in love with Agnes, the niece of the motel owner. But Agnes faces the same parental pressure as Nordip: she is destined to take over the motel in the future, but she doesn't have ambitions for this. The love relationship between Nordip and Agnes is doomed to failure, unless Nordip can convince Agnes in going her own way, against her parent's wishes.Written by
Yes there is some trace of humor in this film, but aside from that the movie is terrible. This one has movie making 101 written all over it.
Romeo & Julia love story in a restaurants' kitchen setting with lots of different character types to bring out situations deemed funny. Some of the situations could have been funny if it wasn't that you could see them coming miles away. The script is so basic without any shame to use cliché's that it hurts to watch.
Nice for the crowd between age 12 and 16 that made up 80% of the movie's audience, for the people with an attention span longer than 1 second, spend your time and money elsewhere.
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