The Wall (1998)

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This is a surrealistic film about a local small town 'hot chips' owner who finds his store cut in half by a newly erected wall in Belgium that is meant to separate the Flemish speakers from... See full summary »


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26 February 2001 | =G=
| Man, woman, french fries, and a wall.
"The Wall" lampoons an old conflict between Belgium's Flemish and French populations with a short and marginally humorous story about the owner of a french fry stand, his love interest, and the government's decision to partition Belgium with a wall which happens to run smack through the middle of our hero's one-man business. A cute little flick, "Le Mur" has all the ear marks of a low budget indie. Nonetheless, it manages a fresh appeal, some fun moments, and keeps itself to conservative one hour run time. Recommended for channel surfers who happen across it but not worth a trip to the video store.

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Release Date:

26 May 1999


Dutch, French

Country of Origin

Belgium, France

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