The Railway Man

The Railway Man

A victim from World War II's "Death Railway" sets out to find those responsible for his torture. A true story.

A former British Army officer, who was tormented as a prisoner of war at a Japanese labor camp during World War II, discovers that the man responsible for much of his treatment is still alive and sets out to confront him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Railway Man torrent reviews

Guido S (us) wrote: Nicole Beharie is a crazy women who was on a internet forum and befriended Molly who sends her brother to help her with therapy. The movie mostly takes place in the apartment, and it mostly works on that end. Nicole is fantastic, but I could see the 'twist' coming pretty much immediately. So it felt like it took forever to get to where I figured it was going. Not much else there to be interested in. Shame it couldn't have been more interesting.

George G (au) wrote: While the shots are beautiful and it manages to make some points, it is a miss in matter of message, pacing and content. One can't simply make a good art film with 30 minutes of noisy and unlistenable black metal.

Deb K (de) wrote: Great Acting, and worth the Watch. Based on a True story about a medical student who was killing girls who had posted erotic ads on Craigslist.

Wrik S (fr) wrote: A classic stupid movie about hyper active hormones

Tony B (es) wrote: very well written and acted. only the patient movie-goers will like this.

Cynthia S (it) wrote: Sweet movie. Nice, easy pace. Heartwarming, and produces just the right amount of smiles. I like these kinds of movies....

Reina B (br) wrote: Sad but comprehensive movie with a great crew of actors. Wright, as usual, brought Basquiat to life with his rich portrayal of the tormented artist.

Harry A (gb) wrote: Very entertaining despite some problems.

Matthew C (ag) wrote: Departing from any sort of decency in creating true tension and dread, Hitchcock takes advantage of the relaxed sensor codes and delivers nudity and sex like never before in his work. The movie as a plot of suspicion, murder, wrongful accusations, and creepy fear goes, is memorable. But the 70s were the start of a degradation of content in the way emotion was gift wrapped for the audience. Hitchcock, especially Hitchcock, never had to rely on R-rated graphic material to get across his message so it's very much unneeded here. Plus, this film doesn't say much that better innocent man thrillers have said in passing. Hitchcock's Marnie was for me a more complete and disturbing picture of evil with hope able to shine. Frenzy is just how it sounds. It is chaos, disgusting chaos internally and externally without a true purpose other than to string us along for the ride. I hold Hitch up to the highest standards of terrifying and enriching us at the same time and here he falls short of the mark. That being said, it is still very effective and probably will deliver some nightmarish imagery to hold onto despite your best efforts.

JamesMasaki R (ru) wrote: The first Suzuki movie I saw and still the greatest of his works. Colorful, abstract set designs, bizarre editing structure, and insane coolness. But a lot of that was because of the lack of money given to him for the budget. Yes, those editing techniques were no a stylistic choice, but because they didn't have enough money to shoot the connecting shots! And yet it somehow works in the Godardian jump-cut world. Obviously, the movie was too weird for studio heads, and Suzuki was not able to work on the sequel To see the radical cinema of Japan in the 1960's, Tokyo Drifter is not an example film. It stands completely on its own, apart from the rest.

John R (gb) wrote: 121104: Down graded this film half a star. Still love it. Bosies comment about having youth on his side is a classic, a classic mistake. Great music. LeMat pistol featured, cool. All's good in this western world.