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His character too was a tragedy, also not coping at all with life after war. The Railway Man 7. However, the synopsis puts emphasis on her standing by her man and seeing him through his adversity and she does, and is good in the role she is given, and in that she was well chosen played down in her looks to given some small-town glamour. From the dew grew a tree, and the clock struck three. Patti was determined to rid Eric of his demons. The truth in the story adds so much more to the film.
His experiences, after the secret radio he built to bring news and hope to his colleagues was discovered, left him traumatised and shut off from the world. Share this Rating Title: Audible Download Audio Books. Japanese Officer Keith Fleming He played his role with so much calm that you could believe his conversion experience and he made the tale come alive and be very believable. It is also noteworthy that the film does not hesitate for a moment to refute the wrong notion associated with “tragedy of war,” a term often misused to make a war sound as if it were a mere chance event and not a product of malice.
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Full Cast and Crew. Removal Man Ben Aldridge I do recommend taking something to dry your eyes with and stay to the end to learn about Lomax and Nagase – the real people. 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 xvid-rarbgg still alive and sets out to confront him. He is fascinated by railways and trains which is surprising since his experiences and we meet his love interest on a train.
Then man came alive, And the clock struck five.
There are no words to describe how amazing the true story of Eric Lomax really was, and I do not want to give away the entire story here. Japanese Officer Keith Fleming The star turn in my opinion He had a very challenging role and was superb. Quotes [ first lines ] Eric: Goofs Before the British POWs are loaded onto the train that will take them to work on the infamous Thai-Burma railway, near the beginning of the film, as they are counting off in playing card face-values “one, two, three The truth in the story adds so much more to the film.
I do recommend taking something to dry your eyes with and stay to the end to learn about Lomax and Nagase – the real people.
A powerful film, not for the feint or lighthearted, I fear, but certainly if you are interested in history, and enjoy good performance led character pieces you will find this an excellent cinema-going experience. From the moment we see Eric and Patty meet to the emotional ending,I could not bring myself to look away or even to reach down for my drink in the cinema.
While the flashback scenes led by younger actors Jeremy Irvine and Tanroh Ishida could use some improvements, the current post-war scenes are recreated to near perfection with mature performances from the more experienced cast members.
His experiences, after the secret radio he built to bring news and hope sibtitles his colleagues was discovered, left him traumatised and shut off from the world.
Colin Firth, I think, is well cast and plays stayed, rather eccentric and dull due to his brokenness extremely well. Teplitzky’s film is primarily an attempt at an exploration of the male psyche of men of the WWII generation, as they cope with PTSD, told through a true life story about torture, war crimes, loss, honour, and forgiveness.
The film pulls no punches but does leave the terrible experience that Lomax suffered as a cliff-hanger to the last.
The Weinstein Company Company: Young Finlay Akos Armont The young actors playing the tough scenes in Japan building the railway had the hardest roles and Jeremy Irvine and Sam Reid did their older selves proud in some quite harrowing scenes, and oftentimes they really did look emaciated, thin and on their last legs. Colin Firth embodies the suffering of Eric Lomax, a veteran who still experiences post-traumatic nightmares decades after the war.
He is fascinated by railways and trains which is surprising since his experiences and we meet his love interest on a train. If anything, Colin Firth gives a slightly under-powered performance and Nicole Kidman’s part gives her too little to work withbut Jeremy Irvine is intensely believable as the wartime Lomax, geeky and quietly heroic.
Be prepared for some harrowing and intense scenes. Visit Prime Video to explore more titles. He played his role with so much calm that you could believe his conversion experience and he made the tale come alive and be very believable. It’s a slow pace and if you like bells and whistles and CGI rather than real life and emotions then don’t bother with this What would you do if you came face to face with your enemy?
Words cannot do this film justice. Rounding out the strong performances is Hiroyuki Sanada’s Nagase, a former translator of the Imperial Japanese Army who took considerable part in Eric’s torture. It’s a grey, period-style, sombre film, there’s little in the way of humour and the only colour at the beginning is Nicole Kidman’s more or less extraneous role as the “love interest. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. I’d like to see him get applauded for it – and will look out for him in other films eg 47 Ronin.
Nothing he did was superfluous and even the tiniest nuances of his actions were obviously deliberate and perfect, his facial expressions were Edit Details Official Sites: Young Takeshi Nagase Bryan Probets Years later, he met Patti, a beautiful woman, on a train and fell in love.
Was this review helpful to you? He had a very challenging role and was superb. A drop of dew, and the clock struck two.
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Yes No Report this. The film makes it clear the pain inflicted upon Eric Lomax is nothing but an act of crime, and from that accord comes an unusual relationship between two former enemies that only a film based on a true account can deliver.
This Week’s Top Trailers. The actors portray their characters beautifully, with so much angst and emotion that I found myself empathising with them all the way through.