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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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Igor Sterk
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9 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Gregor Bakovic Gregor Bakovic ... Ivan Podobnik
Barbara Cerar ... Girl
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Istok Alidic Istok Alidic
Ivo Barisic Ivo Barisic
Ljerka Belak Ljerka Belak
Danilo Benedicic Danilo Benedicic
Neda Bric Neda Bric
Gregor Cusin Gregor Cusin
Suriljan Cvajdik Suriljan Cvajdik
Stefka Drolc Stefka Drolc ... (as Stefka Drolceva)
Primoz Ekart Primoz Ekart
Lenca Ferencak Lenca Ferencak
Nino de Gleria Nino de Gleria
Lidija Grkman Lidija Grkman
Tomaz Gubensek 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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Country:

Slovenia

Language:

Slovenian

Release Date:

1995 (Slovenia) See more »

Also Known As:

Express, Express See more »

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Words, what can they say...
17 October 2000 | by benthamSee all my reviews

... when this movie so well proves that they indeed are unnecessary.

Although few lines, it was kind of weird to see this movie, no subs, in a language unknown. A friend of mine sent a VHS, included a few pieces of papers with all lines translated to English. with her translation next to me, I began watching this tale (it is indeed a tale), and from the very first tunes of the whistling melody during opening credits I was stuck. the colours, that minimal acting (well, in most cases), absurd comedy, slapstick, thoughtful, beautiful... along with a few other movies (Paris, Texas and Nenette et Boni), this one is able to speak to anyone's heart - without words. Whenever you get the chance, see it. Whatever you do - don't miss it. It's a once in a lifetime experience. Oh, acting is great, the soundtrack is brilliant, the story is simple and told a thousand times before - but rarely (never?) like this.


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