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The Railway Man Movie is upcoming war film directed by Jonathan Teplitzky.

 It is an adaptation of the bestselling autobiography of the same name byEric Lomax, and stars Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman and Jeremy Irvine.[1][2][3] It premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival on 6 September 2013

The Railway Man Movie

The Railway Man Movie

The Railway Man Movie plot

During warfare II, Eric Lomax (Colin Firth) may be a British officer WHO is captured by the japanese in Singapore and sent to a prison camp, wherever he’s forced to figure on the Thai-Burma Railway. throughout his time within the camp, Lomax is tortured by a political candidate and meets a fellow P.O.W.
Years later, and still suffering the psychological trauma of his time period experiences, Lomax, with the assistance of his partner Patti, and succor Finlay (Skarsgård), decides to search out and confront one in all his captors. Lomax returns to the scene of his torture and manages to trace down his mortal, Japanese officer Takashi Nagase (Sanada), from the jail camp, “in a shot abandoning of a lifespan of bitterness and hate”

The Railway Man Movie Star Cast

The Railway Man
Directed by Jonathan Teplitzky
Produced by Chris Brown
Bill Curbishley
Andy Paterson
Screenplay by Frank Cottrell Boyce
Andy Paterson
Based on The Railway Man
by Eric Lomax
Starring Colin Firth
Nicole Kidman
Jeremy Irvine
Stellan Skarsgård
Hiroyuki Sanada
Tanroh Ishida
Music by David Hirschfelder
Cinematography Garry Phillips
Editing by Martin Connor
Release dates
  • September 2013 (TIFF)
  • 26 December 2013 (Australia)
Running time 116 minutes
Country Australia
United Kingdom
Language English


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