The Railway Man

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Jonahran Teplitzky's drama The Railway Man tells the true life story of Eric Lomax, a former POW from WWII. Decades after the war, Lomax (played as an older man by Colin Firth) is still haunted by the horrific tortures administered upon him by his captors. He discovers that his main captor is still living, and decides for his own good that he will confront his tormentor. James Irvine plays Lomax during his time as a POW, and Nicole Kidman portrays Lomax's love interest. ...
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Overview

Jonahran Teplitzky's drama The Railway Man tells the true life story of Eric Lomax, a former POW from WWII. Decades after the war, Lomax (played as an older man by Colin Firth) is still haunted by the horrific tortures administered upon him by his captors. He discovers that his main captor is still living, and decides for his own good that he will confront his tormentor. James Irvine plays Lomax during his time as a POW, and Nicole Kidman portrays Lomax's love interest.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/12/2014
  • UPC: 013132617602
  • Original Release: 2013
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  • Source: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Time: 1:48:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 1,560

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Colin Firth Eric Lomax
Nicole Kidman Patti Lomax
Jeremy Irvine Eric Lomax (young)
Stellan Skarsgård Finlay
Hiroyuki Sanada Nagase
Sam Reid Young Finlay
Tanroh Ishida Young Nagase
Tom Stokes Withins
Tom Hobbs Thorlby
Akos Armont Jackson
Bryan Probets Major York
Masa Yamaguchi Kempei Officer
Ewen Leslie Captain Thompson
Technical Credits
Jonathan Teplitzky Director
Nikki Barrett Casting
Claudia Bluemhuber Executive Producer
Frank Cottrell Boyce Screenwriter
Chris Brown Producer
Martin Connor Editor
Bill Curbishley Producer
Annalise Davis Co-producer
Lizzy Gardiner Costumes/Costume Designer
David Hirschfelder Score Composer
Ian Hutchinson Executive Producer
Steven Jones-Evans Production Designer
Daria Jovicic Executive Producer
Zygi Kamasa Executive Producer
Nick Manzi Executive Producer
Andy Paterson Producer, Screenwriter
Garry Phillips Cinematographer
Michelle Sahayan Associate Producer
Anand Tucker Executive Producer
Oliver Veysey Associate Producer
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  • Posted December 25, 2014

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    I watched this Christmas Day....not a cheery and light-hearted f

    I watched this Christmas Day....not a cheery and light-hearted film but definitely in the spirit as it's all about forgiveness in the end. Colin Firth never lets me down....good film, would recommend it for anyone over 13.

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