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He Even Has Your Eyes

Movie, 2016, 94 minutes
He Even Has Your Eyes
When French-African couple Paul and Sali discover the longed-for baby they are about to adopt is white, family chaos and confrontation ensue.
The movie He Even Has Your Eyes was released in 2016 and lasts 94 minutes. Coarse Language, Crude Humor This movie is Heartfelt.
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Score: 6.1 of the 10

Paul is married to Sali. Everything would be fine if they could get a child. Until the day when Sali receives the call that they have been waiting for so long: their adoption file is approved. He is adorable, he is 6 months old, his name is Benjamin. He is blond with blue eyes and white. They - are black.

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Audio: Spanish;Polish;Italian;Turkish;French
Subtitles: English;French;Simplified Chinese;Traditional Chinese;Italian

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