Man on the Train
Source: Catholic News Service
Bittersweet French tale of a world-weary bank robber (Johnny Hallyday) and a retired poetry teacher (Jean Rochefort) who meet by chance and discover they wish they could trade places. Director Patrice Leconte gets wistful, nuanced performances from the twosome and infuses the story with melancholy humor that underscores its themes of longing, loneliness and regrets. Subtitles. An uncritical view of theft, brief violence, a discreetly implied affair and a few crass expressions. The USCCB Office for Film & Broadcasting classification is A-III -- adults. The Motion Picture Association of America rating is R -- restricted.
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