Translation:The movie is about the adventures of an archaeologist.
Because it's not correct English. In Dutch you say that a film or a book 'gaat over' but no English speaker would ever say 'the film goes over ...'
Native English speaker here and I say and hear other English speakers say something "goes over" something. In this context, they mean almost the same thing to me with just a slight connotation difference.
Native (Australian) English speaker here. While I agree "goes over" may be used by some in a phrase such as this, my opinion is it wouldn't be considered 'proper' English. It would be something my English teacher at school would have corrected me on if I used it.