Morocco (Exit Marrakech)
Morocco (Exit Marrakech) (2013)

SYNOPSIS (from TIFF) On vacation in the Moroccan capital to visit his estranged theatre-director father, 17-year-old Ben finds himself fascinated by the bustling, colorful city - and by a beautiful young woman who hails from a far different… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: October 24, 2013
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Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Dennis Harvey

Exit is really a small-scale drama somewhat arbitrarily set against an expansive background, but one that ultimately satisfies on its own more modest, gracefully crafted terms.

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Jamie S. Rich

Link's lopsided structure makes the aftermath with Ben's old man a bit of a drag. Still, there's plenty to see on this journey to adulthood

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Boyd van Hoeij
Hollywood Reporter

Though the film tries to weld two genres together that are occasionally at odds with each other, there are quite a few powerful individual moments, the film looks and sounds gorgeous without overly fetishizing its exotic setting and the acting is strong.

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John Fink
The Film Stage

Where Exit Marrakech gets a pass is via its technical merits, the film proving a solid character-driven entertainment - engaging, beautiful, and well-crafted.

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Daniel Perry
Saw it at TIFF this year, North American premiere - full review coming soon!