Nothing to Declare

Nothing to Declare

During the elimination of the Belgian/French border in the 90s, a Belgian customs officer is forced to team up with one of his French counterparts.

A Belge-Francophobe customs officer is forced to team up with a Frenchman during the elimination of the Franco-Belge borders in the 90s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Nothing to Declare torrent reviews

Lucy H (kr) wrote: Good film left guessing a bit at the end the lead is brilliant

Katey W (au) wrote: Nothing to be compared to the first.

Ceph J (mx) wrote: "Broken Sky" is the breakup of an ideal gay relationship between Jonas and Gerardo in Mexico City. They meet at a University, are attracted to each other, have sex instantly, fall in love but something goes wrong. DirectorJulian Hernandez has little dialogue to explain things and relies on images and style to convey his movie. After separating, the boys discover discos and other hot male bodies before, eventually, ending up together. The movie is like a long poem in it's depiction of sex and love. Even I was misty-eyed at the rejections during reconcilation. As gay movies go, it's slow and meandering but I found it worthwhile as art.

tyron r (ca) wrote: awsome animation, story a bit hard to follow, the colours of the film really make a fresh change and a takes a new view on the genre.

Mis T (it) wrote: SMG and Alex were terrific together.

Andrew B (it) wrote: A promising start for Forster.

Carlos R (au) wrote: Stupid and dumb, but quite funny despite that

Lady D (au) wrote: Bought but not yet watched

Alex J (de) wrote: Possibly the 'This is Spinal Tap' of the movie industry. (My opinion; yours may differ). Very funny poke at the Hollywood movie industry. Eric Idle is one of the British comedy greats and does polish this otherwise "not bad" film.

Eric H (mx) wrote: Absolutely, without a doubt, the most badly acted, plot holed and consistently bad movie ever conceived. Agonizing to watch.

Anna L (br) wrote: Boy, that's risky stuff there.

Billie (de) wrote: I loved it, I thought it was his best movie and I love the song.

Brian W (ca) wrote: I can't be the only one who kept expecting Alan Rickman to say, "Do you really think you have a chance against us, mister cowboy?"