Night Train to Lisbon

Night Train to Lisbon

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Night Train to Lisbon

The life of Latin and ancient languages professor Raimund Gregorius (Jeremy Irons,The Man in the Iron Mask) is changed when he saves a young woman from jumping to her death. When she flees, he is left with her red coat, train tickets to Lisbon and a book by Portuguese author Amadeu do Prado. The incident and discovery affects Raimund, so much so he abandons his life to dedicate himself to the author and the book. Co-stars Mélanie Laurent (Inglourious Basterds), Jack Huston (TV's Boardwalk Empire) and screen legends Christopher Lee and Charlotte Rampling.

2013Rating: M, Violence and sex scenes111 minsGermany, Switzerland, Portugal
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Flicks, Team

Flicks, Team

flicks

Thank heavens for Jeremy Irons. There are few other actors who could glue together this plodding literary adaptation with the naturally engaging gravitas that Irons brings to the screen. He plays Raimund Gregorius, a self-declared boring professor living in grim, grey Bern who surprises himself by impulsively catching a train to sunny Lisbon in pursuit of a shadowy author.

0

The superb Jeremy Irons saves this from loosing more stars. A nothing kind of film otherwise.

2.0
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Looking for a less boring life

Chooses we make in life and beautiful Portuguese scenery

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Variety

Variety

press

Feels like a relic of the good ol' Europudding days.

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Urban Cinefile

Urban Cinefile

press

[The] execution fails to live up to its superlative cast. August's film struggles to marry the story's two timeframes with the narrative leapfrogging back and forth.

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Rather like its central Jeremy Irons character: a well-meaning but inescapably dull looker-on of life who is curious about drama, passion, poetry and revolution...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Take the last train to Clarksville, the midnight train to Georgia -- anything but this wheezing locomotive.

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Flicks, Team

Flicks, Team

flicks

Thank heavens for Jeremy Irons. There are few other actors who could glue together this plodding literary adaptation with the naturally engaging gravitas that Irons brings to the screen. He plays Raimund Gregorius, a self-declared boring professor living in grim, grey Bern who surprises himself by impulsively catching a train to sunny Lisbon in pursuit of a shadowy author.

0
Variety

Variety

press

Feels like a relic of the good ol' Europudding days.

0
Urban Cinefile

Urban Cinefile

press

[The] execution fails to live up to its superlative cast. August's film struggles to marry the story's two timeframes with the narrative leapfrogging back and forth.

0
Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Rather like its central Jeremy Irons character: a well-meaning but inescapably dull looker-on of life who is curious about drama, passion, poetry and revolution...

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Take the last train to Clarksville, the midnight train to Georgia -- anything but this wheezing locomotive.

0

The superb Jeremy Irons saves this from loosing more stars. A nothing kind of film otherwise.

2.0
0

Looking for a less boring life

Chooses we make in life and beautiful Portuguese scenery

0