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Le grand voyage - (2004)

Genres: Adventure Drama
6-8
Cinemu Score
by Cinemu editors.
This movie is a HIGH SCORE movie. It contains MINIMAL INAPPROPRIATE CONTENT for family viewing. You can consider watching it with your family without any regulation.


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Synopsis

Le Grand Voyage is a 2004 film written and directed by Ismaël Ferroukhi. The film portrays the relationship between father and son as both embark on a religious pilgrimage trip by car. It was shown at the 2004 Toronto and Venice International Film Festivals. Réda (Nicolas Cazalé) is a French-Moroccan teenager due to sit for Baccalauréat. When his devout father (played by Mohamed Majd) asks Réda to accompany him on a pilgrimage to Mecca, he reluctantly agrees. However, the father insists that they travel by car. As both embark on a road trip thousands of kilometres away from southern France, the once-icy father-and-son relationship starts to thaw as both gradually come to know each other. Réda speaks only in French to his father, who is seen speaking only Arabic for the majority of the film. Later, when necessary, the father proves that he in fact speaks impeccable French; his choice to speak only Arabic to his son is therefore purposeful. Along the way, the two meet several interesting characters. The son learns about Islam and why his father thought it would be preferable to make the pilgrimage by car rather than by aeroplane. The route taken by the father and son goes from Provence, France through Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Syria, and Jordan before reaching Saudi Arabia.

Passport by Bilal Yorulmaz


Summary

Sexual and Erotic Content
Occasional sexual and/or erotic content and innuendo.
Nudity
Occasional nudity or some scenes with non-appropriate clothing.
Sexual Violence
No Sexual violence throughout the movie.
Alcohol and/or Drug abuse
Occasional alcohol and/or drug use.
Homosexuality
There are not homosexual relations in the movie.
Aggressive Behavior and/or Violence
Occasional aggressive behavior and/or violence.
Profanity
Occasional profanity.
Household violence and adultery
No household violence and/or adultery.
Negative references to any religion or belief
No negative references to religion or belief.
Negative role models and messages for teens
Some negative role models and messages for teens.
Positive family values
Some negative role models and messages for teens.
Positive representation of Islam
There are good references to Islam and Muslims.

Producer:    Humbert Balsan,  Abdelhai Laraki
Screenplay:    Ismaël Ferroukhi    
Director of Photography:     Katell Djian
Editor    Tina Baz    
Music:    Fowzi Guerdjou
Cast:    
    Nicolas Cazalé:    Reda
    Mohamed Majd:    The Father
    Jacky Nercessian:    Mustapha
    Ghina Ognianova:    La vieille femme
    Kamel Belghazi:    Khalid
    Atik Mohamed:    Le pélerin Ahmad
    Malika Mesrar El Hadaoui:    La mère
    François Baroni: Le douanier italien
    Krassi Kpacu    : Le douanier serbe
    Kirill Kavadarkov:    Le barman Yougoslave
    Blajo Wymenski:    L'homme du change
    Diyan Machev:    as Dean Matchev
    Erol Atac:    Douanier turc
    Sadik Deveci:     Douanier turc
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