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France · 2009
1h 50m
Director Philippe Lioret
Starring Vincent Lindon, Firat Ayverdi, Audrey Dana, Olivier Rabourdin
Genre Drama, Romance

Bilal is 17 years old, a Kurdish boy from Iraq. He sets off on an adventure-filled journey across Europe. He wants to get to England to see his love who lives there. Bilal finally reaches Calais, but how do you cover 32 kilometers of the English Channel when you can't swim? The boy soon discovers that his trip won't be as easy as he imagined...

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Village Voice by

Heavy ironies like that drop regularly, undermining both the film's intentions and the drama.


Time Out by David Fear

Francophiles understand that Vincent Lindon's presence in any film is a bonus, as few actors know how to translate sad-eyed, macho gruffness into so many different flavors.


New York Post by V.A. Musetto

Has its share of clichés and contrivances. Fortunately, compensation is provided by strong performances by veteran actor Vincent Lindon as the coach and newcomer Firat Ayverdi as the refugee.

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