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The Station (1990)

La stazione (original title)
It starts as a studio theatre: a good-natured, bit pedantic stationmaster performs his job at a railway station in the middle of nowhere. Eventually a beautiful, obviously very rich young ... See full summary »

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Sergio Rubini
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Sergio Rubini ... Domenico
Margherita Buy ... Flavia
Ennio Fantastichini Ennio Fantastichini ... Danilo
Michel Rocher Michel Rocher
Beppe Tosco Beppe Tosco
Popeck Popeck ... (as Jean Hébert)
Pietro Genuardi Pietro Genuardi
Mariella Capotorto Mariella Capotorto
Mariangélica Ayala Mariangélica Ayala ... (as Mariangéla Ayala)
Nico Salatino Nico Salatino
Gabriella Lunghi Gabriella Lunghi
Pierluigi Morizio Pierluigi Morizio
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It starts as a studio theatre: a good-natured, bit pedantic stationmaster performs his job at a railway station in the middle of nowhere. Eventually a beautiful, obviously very rich young woman enters the station and wants to buy a ticket. She has to wait, they start talking, get closer - high-society meets petty bourgeois. Then suddenly the mood turns around: the woman's fiance appears and tries to prevent the girl from leaving with increasing violence. The stationmaster interferes and the film becomes a thriller about a fight to the death. Written by Frank Wallner <wallnerf@informatik.tu-muenchen.de>

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Where Romance Has No Schedule

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

27 September 1990 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

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Dolby

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Good,arise the vote David traversa shame!
2 May 2009 | by robertofuianoSee all my reviews

If this movie was Spielberg would have had more. Since these strontium on the assumption that a film must be beautiful to be directed by big names like Spielberg, Lucas, Jackson, Cameron. .. All these assessments are wrong you understand the level of bad opinion of this site. Only films for intellectuals can be saved. This film was produced with many dollars and the optimal use of special effects make the place as among the best science fiction film Americans. Finitela of using double standards when judged as a movie, try to be objective because they give 3.8 a film of its kind and reward a crap how terrible sin city with 8.2 is really a 'offense. Vote 8.0


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