A Hologram For The King is the new film starring Tom Hanks who plays the lead role of American businessman Alan Clay.
The comedy drama, which has been adapted from Dave Eggers' novel by writer-director Tom Tykwer, is out in cinemas now.
But how good is the movie? Here's a bit about the A Hologram For The King plot.
A Hologram For The King (12A)
World-weary salesman Alan Clay (Tom Hanks) has been dispatched to Riyadh to woo King Abdullah (Mohamed Attifi) with his company's state-of-the-art 3D conferencing technology.
He’s lost his house, his wife has left him, and he can’t pay his daughter’s school fees.
The problems begin when Alan oversleeps on the first morning and misses a scheduled meeting with the King's assistant Karim Al-Ahmad (Khalid Laith).
Adding to that, Alan's on-site technical team comprising Brad (David Menkin), Cayley (Christy Meyer) and Rachel (Megan Maczko) have been consigned to a large marquee outside the main complex without access to WiFi, food or water.
Meanwhile, an unsightly growth on Alan's back leads him to an emergency appointment with female doctor Zahra Hakem (Sarita Choudhury), whose tender bedside manner forces the businessman to question his priorities and future.
With a possible romance with Zahra on the horizon, things may not be so hopeless after all...