A young man from the Congo in search of his brother attempts to cross Europe's borders. In Morocco, he teams up with a sharp-witted British runaway who pinched his stepfather's recreational vehicle in order to escape from a family holiday. On their journey, the disparate duo have to make decisions that will also influence the lives of others.
Heartfelt, always believable, surprising, and completely well-made. There's at least two scenes that are some of the best of the year, easily. It also has very good pacing and a story that makes it more than just worthwhile. Fionn Whitehead and Stéphane Bak are wonderful. Roads is a film you have to see when you get the chance.
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