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We see Frank hanging above the moving train, the locomotives having already passed him. Then we are shown what is happening on board the train. When we return to Frank, the tops of the locomotives are passing under him again. See more »
throughout this noirish thriller, and it doesn't look easy. Otherwise, the acting is fine and the story is full of interesting twists and details. Watch this film late at night, alone -- it definitely will keep you awake until the very end, when you might sit up and say Huh? No, really, it's a good film.
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