Mounir Mekbek lives with his family in a small village in the heart of the Algerian countryside. Very proud and sure of himself, he has only one dream- to finally be appreciated by his fellow villagers. Screwing up his carefully maintained image is his headstrong, narcoleptic sister Rym who falls asleep anywhere and whom the village is convinced will end up a spinster. One evening, Mounir returns from town drunk and announces that he's found a suitor for his sister. The fake story snowballs and snowballs until the suitor morphs into a rich, blonde Australian. The village begins preparing for the wedding in earnest - but without a bridegroom in sight.
Writer:Lyès Salem (screenplay), Nathalie Saugeon (screenplay)
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David D (de) wrote: A part les dialogues (trs bons) entre Dupontel et Djardin, c'est plutt mauvais.
Alessandro K (ca) wrote: Terrible movie about revenge and absolution. Susanne Bier doesn't want to give any answer to her public, but she doesn't find the courage to shoot an unorthodox movie. The result is a tepid nonsense, almost racist, pap.
Sephira M (gb) wrote: splendid horror tale about a haunted mansion and its past history about its owners dabbling in black magic/occult.
Amanda D (de) wrote: just when you thought all chick flicks were the same, this one comes along. Its fantastic!
Ted W (kr) wrote: Good spy kids movie but the only thing good in this movie is the animals.
Vian S (fr) wrote: if you have seen No Reservations, no need to see this movie
stefn birgir s (ca) wrote: A bad flick. Horrible characters and worse actors. Nonsensical at times. Just crap.
Radu A (es) wrote: "Epidemic - We All Fall Down" - perhaps the lightest of the trilogy, despite the grim subject and the hilariously horrific ending. I enjoyed it as much as you can enjoy a von Trier. Did not have all the desperation most of his other work has, but he's nicely setting the mood and delivering on his promise.
Steven B (mx) wrote: Stilted. Worst role for William Hurt ever.
Chris C (ru) wrote: nononononononononono
Levi P (ca) wrote: While the story is great and overwhelmingly enjoyable, my true love for this film is built upon how it was shot and edited.
Robert G (ru) wrote: Such a sad movie about how children treat their parents sometimes... If you watch then you better be ready to tearup.
Luca Maria M (es) wrote: A simple, delicate and bittersweet movie about a son discovering who his father actually is. The movie doesn't want to demonstrate something or convince you of a thesis: it "simply" tells a little story. Surprisingly, it made me laugh many times: while melancholy is suspended upon every single moment of the film , it never becomes a sad movie that desperately wants you to burst in tears. Sometimes life is fun, sometimes is sad, sometimes is both, like this wonderful movie.
Steve W (gb) wrote: I wasn't really paying attention but I'm sure it was okay.