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Daniel, the driver of a very special taxi in Marseille, gets a famous soccer player to the stadium in time and later helps his clumsy police friend Émilien catch the dangerous Belgian after he escaped on Émilien's guard.
An almost perfect life can suddenly be transformed into a nightmare you might wish you could wake up from. But when everything leads to believe you are nothing but the culprit, problems can take a lot longer to fix.
"Bellicher: Cel" is a good Dutch thriller that deals with stolen identity and the numerous wrong situations that make the victim distrust anyone trying to help. Making justice with our own hands is sometimes the first thought after being denied assistance from the police, but that usually complicates the problem even further and the only way out is proving by one way of the other that you are nothing but innocent. And if in the end everything looks like a government misunderstanding, you realize you are nothing but a pawn in a game of political chess. Good entertainment.
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