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The Girl on the Train (2014)

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A chance encounter with a mysterious young woman leads a documentary filmmaker down a very different road than he intended as he works on his latest project.


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Cast overview:
Henry Ian Cusick ... Danny Hart
Nicki Aycox ... Lexi
Stephen Lang ... Det. Lloyd Martin
David Margulies ... Morris Herzman
Charles Aitken ... Spider
James Biberi ... Cabbie
Waltrudis Buck ... Rina Herzman
John L. Payne ... Carl Pruitt (as John Payne)
Tom Morrissey Tom Morrissey ... Enigmatic Old Man
Nathalie Lyon Nathalie Lyon ... Lottery Girl
John Fugelsang John Fugelsang ... Lottery Guy
Alex Vega Alex Vega ... Big Man
Jennifer Nuccitelli Jennifer Nuccitelli ... Lexi's Mother (as Jennifer Lynn Nuccitelli)
Maria Chinappi Maria Chinappi ... Young Lexi


A documentary filmmaker boards a train at Grand Central Terminal, heading to upstate New York to interview the subjects of his latest project. A chance encounter with a mysterious young woman leads him on a journey of a very different sort, and within the blink of an eye, Hart is forced to leave his complacent life behind for a world in which the line between fantasy and reality is blurred. As Hart tells his strange story to a police detective he finds himself being questioned as Martin tries to discover whether Hart is the victim or the suspect in the strange affair. Written by anonymous

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She's every woman you'll never know....


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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language and some violence | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


The entire film was shot in 17 days. Which is a very tight schedule. Actually, the original schedule was 14 days but the train that was booked had doors that wouldn't open at a certain point so an extra half-day was given. See more »


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5 November 2016 | by onlythusfarSee all my reviews

This story does pull you in initially, but by the end turns into mush, with its pseudo-philosophical outlook, which another reviewer astutely summarized, as " a combination of arty arrogance and teenage angst". The story of a Nazi concentration camp victim, which the protagonist was making a documentary about, was the most interesting part of the film. The film presents love, as the biological relationship between members of the opposite sex. I believed this in my adolescence ( "teenage angst" ), but have mostly managed to get beyond this, thank God. The monologue near the end is delivered in such a solemn, pontificating manner, it initially sounds profound, until you think about it for a couple of minutes. You then realize, it is totally concerned with an adolescent's viewpoint of love/lust. The movie would have been much better, if this speech, was omitted. I did find it represented women as conniving and irresponsible, through the female lead. It gave the pathetic, popular excuse, that if the woman is sexually attractive enough, this is OK.

The acting was quite good, as well as, the cinematography.

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Release Date:

25 February 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA


Box Office


$28,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$211, 6 July 2014

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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