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as Didier dit Elie
as The naturist Alain Delon
as The Collector
as Elie's Mother
as A biker #2
as A mechanic #1
as A mechanic #2
as A biker #1
as The car distributor
Critic Reviews for Eldorado
Bob Hope and Bing Crosby they're not. But director-actor Bouli Lanners and costar Fabrice Adde are on a comedy road to Eldorado, even if it takes place in a flat patch of mostly deserted Belgian landscape rather than some Hollywood Shangri-La.
Eldorado was named best European film in the directors' fortnight last year at Cannes.
Avoids a formulaic ending, reflecting instead on the impermanence of human connections and the inescapable baggage of the self.
Eldorado is fueled by the chemistry between Lanners and Adde. They're so good together, they should make a sequel.
A road movie that poignantly juggles absurdism and melancholy.
Audience Reviews for Eldorado
The story is not particularly moving or original, but it's a well made movie, reminiscent or American road movies (especially considering the car models), but taking place in Belgium.
I rather enjoyed this film. I thought what the two lead characters went through to get to Elie's parent's house was a hilarious adventure. Really didn't expect half of what happened in the film at all. It is a bit of a slow movie, but worth watching.
A twisted road film. I found this hilarious, but the humor is very subtle. great soundtrack too.
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