L'Homme Du Train

L'Homme Du Train
L'Homme Du Train

Year

2002

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Crime

Language

French (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

In this wry comic crime drama from French director Patrice Leconte, Johnny Hallyday stars as career criminal Milan, who one day travels by train to a quiet French suburb with the intention of robbing the local bank. However, things take an unusual turn when he meets Manesquier, a seemingly meek, law-abiding retired teacher. As Milan bides his time, waiting for the right moment to commit his crime, he and Manesquier come to realise that, though seemingly opposites, they have more in common than they thought, and they both start to wonder what it would be like to lead the other's life...

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This film has one use of strong bad language.

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