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Train Set (2018)

Sam looks forward to happy family life with girlfriend Jennifer and rediscovered teenage son Mark. Complications ensue when best friend Jonathan meets an early demise. Unfazed by Sam's ... See full summary »


Rob Burrows
1 win & 12 nominations. See more awards »




Credited cast:
Patrick Bergin ... Major Julian Muir
Jimmy Vee ... Randy
Vivien Taylor ... Jennifer Muir
Faye Ormston ... Rachel
Gareth Morrison ... Keith
Antony Costa Antony Costa ... Nathan
Andrew McIntosh Andrew McIntosh ... Sam Upton
Jake Evans Jake Evans ... Martial Artist
James McCreadie James McCreadie ... Jonathan Wallace
Heather Walker ... Barbara Muir
Denise Burrows Denise Burrows ... Woman in Pub 5
Maria Douglas Maria Douglas ... Woman in Cafe 3
Debbie May Debbie May ... Woman in Cafe 1
Brogan Gilbert Brogan Gilbert ... Lily 2
Rob Burrows Rob Burrows ... DCI Howard


Sam looks forward to happy family life with girlfriend Jennifer and rediscovered teenage son Mark. Complications ensue when best friend Jonathan meets an early demise. Unfazed by Sam's decision to bury Jonathan in their herb patch mystic lodgers Trevor and Tracey hatch a plan to reanimate Jonathan, a fact unknown to Sam who now struggles to hold onto Jennifer and avoid encounters with the police fuelled by nosy neighbour Mrs Burd. With twists and turns at every corner this ZomCom love story gives a new meaning to the concept of survival. Written by Jeopardy'Aspect Major

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Comedy | Drama | Romance


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Train Set received SIX nominations at the London Festival of World Cinema in London (February 2018), and won Best Hair Make-up and Body Design. These were: Best Lead Actor: Andrew McIntosh; Best Supporting Actor: Patrick Bergin; Best Comedy: Rob Burrows, Debbie May & James McCreadie; Best Original Screen Play of a Feature Film: Rob Burrows, Debbie May & James McCreadie; Best Editing of a Feature Film: Rob Burrows; Best Hair, Makeup & Body Design: Madison Croft.

It has also received a further four nominations at the Amsterdam International Filmmaker Festival (August 2018). These are:

Best Lead Actress: Vivien Taylor; Best Director: Rob Burrows; Best Original Screenplay of a Feature Film: Rob Burrows & Debbie May & James McCreadie Best Supporting Actress: Faye Ormston See more »

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fresh, crusty round edges but worth the time
27 April 2018 | by tgusolSee all my reviews

A mix of amateur and professional everything it wont win Oscars, but then nowadays an Oscar is not necessarily indicative of quality. what the industry needs is more of this and less planets exploding and laser beam eyes.

We need those willing to make endeavours like this, we need those willing to take part in these small moments of perfect beauty and they are just that, because they're made with that love of the moment of creation rather than any adulation or criticism that arrives after the fact.

This film is chock full of moments some better than others , but it moves along without hitting any brick walls or getting side tracked by trying to be to avant garde and you can see the people involved are loving every minute.

It wont make you think to much, but it will make you laugh and this world needs more laughs.

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Release Date:

13 April 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Newcastle, England, UK

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Production Co:

Solarus Films See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Surround 7.1



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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