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Un soir, un train (1968)

Mathias is a Belgian linguist, living with French theatre producer Anne. After a quarrel about moral questions, they take a train to attend a congress. While Mathias sleeps, Anne disappears... See full summary »

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Mathias
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Anne
Adriana Bogdan ...
Moira
Hector Camerlynck ...
Hernhutter
François Beukelaers ...
Val
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Jeremiah
Senne Rouffaer ...
Elckerlyc
Domien De Gruyter ...
Werner
Jan Peré ...
Henrik
Nicole Debonne ...
La jeune fille
Wilfried Coppens ...
Le garçon du train
Greta Van Langhendonck ...
La fille du train
Patrick Conrad ...
Le maître d'hôtel
Jacqueline Royaards-Sandberg ...
La grand-mère
Denise Zimmerman ...
L'étudiante
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Mathias is a Belgian linguist, living with French theatre producer Anne. After a quarrel about moral questions, they take a train to attend a congress. While Mathias sleeps, Anne disappears. The train stops in the middle of the country and Mathias gets off the train with an older man, Hernhutter, and a young one, Val. The train moves off without them being able to catch it up. They will find a village, but cannot get any help because they do not understand a word of what the inhabitants say... Written by Yepok

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One Night... a Train  »

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La fleur de l'été
by André Delvaux and Frédéric Devreese
Performed by Nicole Croisille
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A movie you watch like a painting
5 September 2002 | by (Pavillons Sous Bois, France) – See all my reviews

"Un soir un Train" is one of the rare movies I keep watching over and over, simply because André Delvaux, a painter himself, used the same technique as that of a painting. Every picture is a piece of artistic poetry. Anouk Aimée superbly contributes to the dreamy atmosphere of the movie and Yves Montand struggling out of this nightmare is really moving.

"Un soir un train " is really a must see.


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