Richard Dacier owns a tour agency specialized on organizing safaris for European tourists eager to confront the African wild life. Actually, he took the job after his father and never went into the savanna by himself. As he owes big money to some mobster, he is compelled to convey a fake tourist, with a suspicious suitcase, toward Mozambic. To avoid suspicion from the authorities, he is supposed to tour a group of tourists as usual. The only problem - he is completely unexperienced as a guide!
- Stars:Kad Merad, Lionel Abelanski, Valérie Benguigui, Frédérique Bel, Guy Lecluyse, David Saracino, Nicolas Marié, Greg Germain, Frédéric Proust, Yannick Noah, Omar Sy, Jean-François Fagour, Arielle Sémenoff, Alain Doutey, Florence Muller,
- Director:Olivier Baroux,
- Writer:Richard Grandpierre (original idea), Pascal Plisson (original idea), Jean-Paul Bathany (scenario), Olivier Baroux (scenario), Richard Grandpierre (sce
Tour organizer, Richard Dacier, bites off more than he can chew when he loses at poker to the South African mob. Coming face to face with Africa's cruellest Godfather, Mr. Charles, he is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: This would have been better as a short. The concept is cool, but a feature is far too long for this story.
(au) wrote: sad to say I watched this... just such a poorly shot, poorly acted movie with a weak script.
(kr) wrote: The performance captured on this DVD/CD is possibly one of the best live shows Green Day have given, but I can't help feeling that some songs should have been performed yet were not. I feel that a 2 set DVD would have benefitted this more as the gaps for interviews inbetween songs can be quite annoying, and as such the song "Homecoming" is cut out of the DVD. Apart from that there are no major faults with the performance and the band sound really good, I just wish they wouldn't neglect the older songs and put in some from "Kerplunk" and "39/Smooth".
(de) wrote: this film is brilliant
(gb) wrote: I'm deeply in love with movies where supposedly main character appears once and...never to be heard again (such is the impact that L'avventura has on me). But the true influence here is Robert Altman, whose shadow is visibly seen in Demme's best work, whether it is this or Rachel Getting Married.
(nl) wrote: so bad, it's funny. What in the name of Peter Fonda's balsa wood acting were they thinking?
(it) wrote: Well, I've finally seen it. The music is all that matters, right? The musical performances are great. I love Morris Day and the Time numbers and funny bits.... but that's about it.