Moments before his capture by police, a thief digs a grave to hide a bag of money. Released from prison years later, he returns to retrieve the bag, only to find a shrine to an unknown ... See full summary »
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Salah Ben Saleh,
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My husband and I just saw this film. It's over-shadowed by exceedingly long clips of walking in the street, scenery, skies, trees, ocean - overall lots of footage of no action and no dialogue. Why a film maker would waste valuable film time on nothing is at best self-indulgent. I got the feeling the filmmaker, given the absence of a viable plot, used video of nothing to make the film longer. I did get the impression the lead was coming to terms with his lost youth, but I don't want to conjure up a plot that doesn't really exist. At best, it appears this is a film about two handsome guys whose hookup turned into a long-term relationship. If that's the case, the story could have been told much better.
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