What an intimate and real biography this movie worked out. A mere transcultural friendship story with no emotion barriers. It's a hell of a funny and friendly relation where colour has no meaning and it's clear in the end that besides personal tastes, their most valuable common thing is the authenticity of their sentiment to one another like a big yin-yang organism-friendship metaphor.
Movies like this is never really boring. Films based on true stories will always keep you drawn and interested, no matter how simple they are and this does just that. Though it wouldn't hurt if they had stretched the runtime to see more of Driss' story. Regardless, this was beautiful.