A humane dramedy from 'Intouchables' duo Nakache and Toledano that turns their eye towards immigration, bureaucracy, friendship and perhaps love. Basically a warm performance film that best works when centered on the 'bromance' between Omar Sy and Tahar Rahim. Charlotte Gainsbourg is quite good playing another damaged but lovable misfit. In the end a very slight film with enough good will generated to recommend.
Puede haber un árabe más brasileño que Tahar Rahim, alguien que sonria más lindo que Charlotte Gainsbourg. Bella película entonces. Muy buena crítica al sistema de inmigrantes del país más libre del mundo.
The very first minute of the movie already told me what will happen throughout the whole 2h. The humour also was too simple and Gainsbourg's ever-changing expressions simply tend to confuse a lot. Would not say the movie was bad but certainly nothing special or notable about it either.