The Station Agent

The Station Agent
The Station Agent

Year

2003

Duration

86 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Friendships can form in the most unlikely of circumstances - take those of The Station Agent. Born with dwarfism, Fin McBride lives a lonely life with only his co-worker Henry for company. So when Henry dies and leaves Fin a small plot of land in the country with an old train depot on it, he sees nothing to stop him moving in. There, despite wanting to keep himself to himself, he finds himself first forming a bond with a local widow Olivia, and then Joe, a good-natured Cuban-American working in his dad's fast food van over the summer.

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This film has several uses of strong bad language

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