The Last Train Trailer

The Last Train Trailer (2003)

29 August 2003 Drama, War 82 mins

A fat middle-aged man in German officer's uniform gets off a train somewhere in Russia in winter. He is a doctor who has just been called up we learn eventually. This is the end of the line- the Germans are about to retreat. He goes to a hospital which is being evacuated and is thrown out. Kicked out he wanders with another conscript- a failed actor turned postman. The postman is deafened by a shell explosion. They meet their Russian equivalents, others as bad at killing as they are, while other Russians and Germans kill one another around them.

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Oleg Lukichyov

Oleg Lukichyov Director of Photography

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International Releases Dates

United States 29 August 2003

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