Roads is a brutally honest and poetic road movie about male companionship and human compassion. The two lead actors are intense and authentic, and overall this is an elegantly paced and breathtaking piece of cinema.
Roads (2019) 1080p YIFY Movie
Roads (2019) 1080p
Roads is a movie starring Fionn Whitehead, Stéphane Bak, and Ben Chaplin. Two lost teenage boys, from Congo and Britain, meet in Morocco and take a road trip in a stolen RV to France, encountering poverty and refugees on the way.
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The Synopsis for Roads (2019) 1080p
A young man from the Congo in search of his brother attempts to cross Europe's borders. In Morocco, he teams up with a sharp-witted British runaway who pinched his stepfather's recreational vehicle in order to escape from a family holiday. On their journey, the disparate duo have to make decisions that will also influence the lives of others.
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The Reviews for Roads (2019) 1080p
A must see!Reviewed bypalovyperVote: 10/10
Interesting start and middle but the last third of the movie just dragged on the political overtones and whilst I don't mind that, it has been done many times before and this really has not a lot more to add. The movie is certainly not a ten out of ten - these shill reviewers seems to forget that this means it is the best movie you have ever seen - It is not!
I find it funny that planeten comes on and gives a review of bernard's review and calls him names whilst at the same time being a shill himself as are nearly all the reviews on here with the exception of Bernards although I would argue it is not a 1 star but just an average 5 star and it did show the futility of the African/Middle East migration to the West but this has already been done many times before and it kinda destroyed what could have been a better storyline if they had stayed with the RV and used it for some more interesting and creative adventures.
A road trip from Morocco to France with two young men as lost as disillusioned. Gyllen (Fionn Whitehead) seeks to join his father in the south west of France with the camper van of his father-in-law. He will quickly come across William (Stéphane Bak) who is desperately looking for his elder brother who would be in the vicinity of Calais, in the north of France. Together, they will travel more than 2000 km and face the dangers, one by one.
Not as accomplished as his previous movie Victoria (2015), Sebastian Schipper uses a documentary style to trace a desperate odyssey. After Dunkirk (2017) and The Children Act (2017), Fionn Whitehead is truly an actor of great ability.