The film follows Marec (Lino Ventura), a truck driver sent by his boss (Gert Frobe) to find, through the desert of the Sahara in Morocco, a Brash young man (Jean-Paul Belmondo), who is said that it has stolen a truck brand new and with all its cargo. Riddled with bad luck, Marec will face the dangers of the desert, a rather suspicious partner, and a reluctant and misogynistic helper (the hilarious Bernard Blier), until the final apotheosis fight. This is an excellent and hilarious action comedy of the 1960s that offers an interesting perspective on the era, especially the misogynist nature and imperialist rather to the French in the Maghreb during the early 1960s. 3. The Great Bazaars (Los Grandes bazaars) (2002) this fantastic documentary, American director Graig McCourry, was shot in different parts of Morocco, Egypt and Turkey to explore the fascinating cosmos of Big Bazaar, which emerged in a way spectacular in the antique markets of Cairo, Istanbul, Marrakech and Fez, where different peoples from the Islamic world were traveling in caravans of camels, through extensive deserts swept by wind and aggregate settlements, to be able to trade with their products. Today, these large bazaars must fight to survive and cope with economic and cultural metamorphoses that threaten its historical importance in the Muslim world.

The large bazaars invites you to penetrate into places as spectacular souks of Marrakech, the largest in North Africa, where religion and Commerce collide, where each barter involves a ritual choreography of negotiation, where merchants and craftsmen kept alive the most ancient traditions in their daily trades. 4 Another Sky (1954) this British romantic movie, directed by the screenwriter, novelist and biographer Gavin Lambert, has said that it is a treasure hidden and hypnotic. The action unfolds around a demure and mincing governess who comes to Marrakech to take a new job as a companion of a wealthy expatriate English. The story, set in North Africa, tells the story of love between the lone English woman and a traveling Moroccan musician. While they are completely different and that neither of them can speak the language of the other, they become lovers. Unfortunately, after being together briefly, he decides to return to the desert.

Young desperate spends the rest of his life and spends all his money looking for her beloved. The Ethereal black and white photography captures the gauzy atmosphere of North Africa in the 1950s, as well as strange and magnetic force of Morocco, shown here in all its strange destructiveness. 5. The Simpsons special Halloween II (1991) in one of the popular series of Simpsons episodes (season 3, episode 7), the family travels to Morocco. While walking through the streets of Marrakech, Homer decides to buy an old man the leg of a monkey, supposedly Magic. According to the seller, the leg can be granted four wishes, but recommended Homer to be very careful with desires that asks, since any wish can turn against him. But Homer, as usual, fails to follow the advice of the elderly seller come and discover the magic of the ochre city, which has both inspired celluloid. They may stay in one of the fantastic hotels in Marrakech or one of the typical riads of Marrakech, very close to the Jemaa El Fna square. Also you can stay in a magnificent Villa in Marrakech, closer to the countryside of Morocco, where the inhabitants would welcome them with open arms.