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.
Gentle, not extreme movie, but very powerful. Recommend.
First off, there's no major drama, no gunfights or murderin' going on, so don't expect it. This is one of those gentle but very powerful movies that will stay with you for a while.
For that I give it a 10. When a movie makes you text your friends afterwards to tell them to see it, that's the best you can ask for now isn't it?
This is part road movie, but more about a friendship from different worlds, and one of the most subtle movies about refugees I've seen. It doesn't get heavy handed or even political, just a little view into humanity, one most on imdb may never see.
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