Le Grand Voyage

2004, Drama, 1h 48m

7 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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A middle-aged man of Moroccan descent (Mohamed Majd) embarks on a long journey from southern France to Mecca -- but for this crusade, he unexpectedly asks his son, Reda (Nicolas Cazalé), to go with him. Reda, a thoroughly Westernized teenager, is taken aback by the request, and even more surprised when his father says they will be traveling by car. Given their different cultures, the pair's relationship starts off cold and distant, but the ice starts to thaw as they get to know each other.

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  • Mar 22, 2011
    I was expecting the father and son to grow together over the course of their journey. I believe that was the intent of the film maker. I kept waiting, but very little true understanding developed between them. They didnt seem to move much further in their relationship than when the movie began. Not a bad movie, but definitely not very exciting...
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  • Feb 08, 2007
    I can't believe this film is on here! Fair play.
    Sarah B Super Reviewer

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