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Colin, an ambitious young New York finance executive, needs to clinch a deal with a wealthy Dubai sheik, who has a weakness for pigeon racing. They make a bargain: the sheik will sign if Colin can get him a particular pigeon, the perfect bird to win the prestigious Barcelona international race. This bird has been trained in Flanders, but the owner refuses to sell at any price. Posing as a school teacher searching for the grave of an ancestor killed in the First World War, Colin travels to the little Flemish village where the pigeon fancier lives and starts to look for something that will separate the bird from its owner. But in the process he falls under the spell of the place and of Isabelle, the pigeon fancier's spirited granddaughter.Written by
I kind of liked the movie. Jamie Dornan was okay, but it wasn't his best. The Belgian actors were great, they really picked out the best ones. But their accents bothered me a little. (I'm not judging, I'm Belgian too). What did kind of bother me was that it was a little phony. You kind of knew what would happen and how it would end. It could have been cute if the film was a little more exciting. But nevertheless, I am proud of the Belgian director and those who all participated in this movie. It was surprising that they could find such a "famous' (American) actor for the film.
All together, I would say watch this movie and see for yourself. Some people will like it more then I do, I am sure.
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