At the train-platform Danny accidentally exchanges his suitcase with the wrong bag. As a result they have to find out who the person is who has his suitcase and try to get it back. However at the end when they eventually retrieve this suitcase it is still not the suitcase that he should have received at the train platform in exchange for his suitcase and thus not the right suitcase to deliver to the "client" See more »
When the end credits are about to stop, we hear ambient noise from the location of the last scene. See more »
Unlikely partners as you almost certainly only get in movies. But it works quite nicely in this one. You have a boy and a girl who take on a job to earn some money. Now the job itself or the beginning of it, is really not well thought of. It's like why so complicated? Of course the script reason is because you need something to go wrong for things to start spinning and things to accelarate to a certain degree.
The main actors are doing a good job, if you don't mind the obvious indie movie flair it has. So there is a certain charme you either like or dislike. This will determine how much fun you'll be having watching the movie. Because we do go on a journey with them. It's important to care for them ... but you can tell they are not on top of their game yet. There is a certain flatness surrounding them ...
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