Le Grand voyage

Le Grand voyage

2004
Drama
1h 48m
Reda, summoned to accompany his father on a pilgrimage to Mecca, complies reluctantly - as he preparing for his baccalaureat and, even more important, has a secret love relationship. The trip across Europe in a broken-down car is also the departure of his father: upon arrival in Mecca, both Reda and his father are not the characters they were at the start of the movie... (imdb)
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Le Grand voyage

2004
Drama
1h 48m
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Rated 25 Apr 2008
80
52nd
While it starts to drag in points, the film manages to do a really good job of being a journey of self-discovery and understanding without hitting you over the head with the metaphors with a metaphorical hammer.
Rated 06 Jul 2013
81
82nd
I began watching this the other day not realizing I'd already seen it. I was in pursuit of another performance by Nicolas Cazalé. He's quite good in this low-key road movie, embodying the impatience of youth effortlessly. In it, he plays an unbelieving son driving his father from southern France to Mecca for his hadj, but, as suggested, there aren't many memorable images or exchanges until the final few minutes.

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