París Tombuctú Trailer

París Tombuctú Trailer (1999)

10 September 1999 113 mins

The story of an old surgeon and with impotence problems that believes he's near to death. But before throwing in the towel and take the bike goes from Paris to Timbuktu African French. And midway through the unique inner journey, the hero will stop and inn in Calabuch. And the place that impressed both decide to stay there with his peculiar people: killing a nun, a priest convicted felon, a lesbian mayor ...

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Spain 10 September 1999

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