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Ekspres, Ekspres (1995)

| 1995 (Slovenia)
After his father's death, a young man (Gregor Bakovic) uses the black mourning flag and sews himself a pair of trousers. He then takes a train trip and meets a variety of bizarre characters... See full summary »

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Gregor Bakovic ...
Ivan Podobnik
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Istok Alidic
Ivo Barisic
Ljerka Belak
Danilo Benedicic
Neda Bric
Gregor Cusin
Suriljan Cvajdik
Stefka Drolc ...
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Primoz Ekart
Lenca Ferencak
Nino de Gleria
Lidija Grkman
Tomaz Gubensek
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After his father's death, a young man (Gregor Bakovic) uses the black mourning flag and sews himself a pair of trousers. He then takes a train trip and meets a variety of bizarre characters, including a stowaway, a deaf-mute duo, a balloon-seller, a bird enthusiast, and an attractive girl (Barbara Cerar). Their railway romance gets derailed, but a variety of sight gags and caboose comics keep the film on track and in loco motion.

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Two on a train of life.

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The power of comical images.
14 April 1999 | by See all my reviews

A delightful piece of cinema storytelling in a simple but effective way. Cinema after all is a visual media and Igor used its full potential. A young restless man boards a train with no destination in mind. In one of the compartments he meets with a girl. Words are not exchanged but their laundry washing are and from there we are taken on a ride with other peculiar characters and situations. The two leads are perfectly cast as their unique features tell you a story that needs no words.


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