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THE GREAT JOURNEY

by Ismaël Ferroukhi

synopsis

A few weeks before his college entrance exams, Reda finds himself forced to drive his father to Mecca. From the start, the journey looks to be difficult. Reda and his father have nothing in common. Talk is reduced to the strict minimum. Reda wants to experience this trip in his own way. His father demands respect for himself and the meaning of this pilgrimage. As they drive through different countries and meet various people, Reda and his father observe each other. From the south of France, through Italy, Serbia, Turkey, Syria, Jordan to Saudi Arabia, their road is 3,000 miles long.

international title: The Great Journey
original title: LE GRAND VOYAGE
country: France, Morocco
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Ismaël Ferroukhi
film run: 108'
release date: FR 24/11/2004, BE 20/04/2005
screenplay: Ismaël Ferroukhi
cast: Nicolas Cazalé, Mohamed Madj, Jacky Nercessian
cinematography by: Katell Djian
film editing: Tina Baz
art director: Gilles Tissot
costumes designer: Christine Brottes
music: Fowzi Guerdjou
producer: Humbert Balsan
production: Ognon Pictures
distributor: Pyramide Distribution, Cinélibre (BE)
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