Screening Film


Night Train

Metal at Edge Hill Station

25 September 2015 · 6:30pm

Metal at Edge Hill Station, Tunnel Road, Liverpool, L7 6ND · Get directions

Organised by: Metal

Certificate: 12

Format: dvd

Kawalerowicz’s celebrated film is considered one of the finest achievements of Polish cinema. Employing a classic Hitchcockian premise – two people, one possibly a killer on the run, sharing a compartment on a crowded overnight train – Kawalerowicz turns a thriller into an intriguing character study of ordinary people in unusual circumstances.

Featuring impressive performances from Lucyna Winnicka (Mother Joan of the Angels), Zbigniew Cybulski (the ‘Polish James Dean’) and Leon Niemczyk (Knife in the Water), Night Train is more than simply a thriller… taut and gripping but also suffused with humour and warmth and boasting a wonderful jazz score by renowned composer Andrzej Trzaskowski.

Metal’s Film Station is a programme of fortnightly film screenings at the unique venue of Edge Hill Station. This is an informal event that gives people an opportunity to watch and discuss good movies in a friendly atmosphere.

Tickets £3 (FREE for L7/L8/L15 postcodes and no one turned away due to lack of funds). Screenings start at 6.30 pm. Refreshments available.

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