Nothing to Declare

When the news drops about the opening of the E.C. borders between France and Belgium in the early 90s, a loud cry of panic goes up on both sides of the border. Nowhere is this more loudly heard than at the border control... Ruben is a Belgian customs officer with an abiding hatred of all things French. Mathias is a French customs officer whos secretly in love with Rubens sister, Louise, the girl from the chocolate shop. The would-be couples love will be tested by a series of hilarious misunderstandings involving a drug smuggling ring, a Gaul-hating Belgian father, and Rubens desire to see his sister get married to a fellow Belgian, of course. So get your passport ready, because it's waffles vs. camembert, in a frenzied fight to the finish!

Year: 2010
Genre: Comedy, French Cinema, Film Festivals 2011
Country: France
Director: Dany Boon
Starring: Karin Viard, Benoit Poelvoorde, Dany Boon, Francois Damiens, Laurent Gamelon, Julie Bernard
Duration: 104 Minutes
Rating: M - Violence, offensive language and sex scenes
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Foreign (France)



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