Transsiberian

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When an American couple Woody Harrelson and Emily Mortimer traveling from China to Moscow on the Trans-Siberian Railway meets an outwardly friendly couple Eduardo Noriega and Kate Mara traveling the same route, deception soon gives way to murder in The Machinist director Brad Anderson's tense tale of international intrigue. Ben Kingsley and Thomas Kretschmann co-star as a pair of Russian police officers striving to solve the case and stop the rising body count.
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Overview

When an American couple Woody Harrelson and Emily Mortimer traveling from China to Moscow on the Trans-Siberian Railway meets an outwardly friendly couple Eduardo Noriega and Kate Mara traveling the same route, deception soon gives way to murder in The Machinist director Brad Anderson's tense tale of international intrigue. Ben Kingsley and Thomas Kretschmann co-star as a pair of Russian police officers striving to solve the case and stop the rising body count.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/4/2008
  • UPC: 687797124999
  • Original Release: 2008
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  • Source: Millennium
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Time: 1:51:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 44,618

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Woody Harrelson Roy
Emily Mortimer Jessie
Ben Kingsley Grinko
Kate Mara Abby
Eduardo Noriega Carlos
Thomas Kretschmann Kolzak
Technical Credits
Brad Anderson Director, Screenwriter
Alvaro Augustin Co-producer
Alain Bainee Production Designer
Will Conroy Screenwriter
Todd Dagres Co-producer
Alfonso de Villalonga Score Composer
Carlos Fernandez Executive Producer
Daniela Forn Asst. Director
Xavi Giménez Cinematographer
Ros Hubbard Casting
John Hubbard Casting
Rupert Ivey Sound/Sound Designer
Julio Fernández Executive Producer, Producer
Albert Manera Sound/Sound Designer
Stephen Margolis Associate Producer
Jaume Marti Editor
Antonia Nava Executive Producer
Iñigo Navarro Art Director
Thomas Olah Costumes/Costume Designer
Tania Reichert-Felidades Co-producer
Ramunas Skikas Associate Producer
Michael S. Williams Associate Producer
Michael Williams Associate Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Transsiberian
1. Going Back Home [14:54]
2. Abby & Carlos [17:43]
3. Roy is Missing [11:52]
4. "No One Will Know" [7:54]
5. New Bunkmate [11:33]
6. Satchel of Drugs [9:25]
7. Turning in the Goods [5:38]
8. Missing Cars [5:16]
9. Torture Tactics [4:59]
10. A Way Out [9:47]
11. Visiting Abby [6:37]
12. End Credits [5:17]
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Disc #1 -- Transsiberian
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      Audio: English 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround
      Audio: English Stereo
      Subtitles: English SDH
      Subtitles: Spanish
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Train Games and Atrocities

    TRANSSIBERIAN is a one note song. Set almost entirely in the claustrophobia of the Trans Siberian Express train that winds from Beijing to Moscow through the snowy terrain of Siberia, the story of deception and drug trafficking chugs along with some significant interruptions. But in the end the film suffers from the monotone setting of snow and terror. <BR/><BR/>A carefree young couple is completing a missionary program of good will in Beijing for their church. Jessie (Emily Mortimer) is a photographer, Roy (Woody Harrelson) is fascinated by trains, and the couple heads home from their mission of goodwill on the Trans Siberian Express. They share a compartment with a strange couple - the seductive Carlos (Eduardo Noriega) and his young girlfriend Abby (Kate Mara) - whose livelihood is drug trafficking. Jessie is drawn into Carlos' world and emotional field: a tragedy occurs and Jessie must confide in her husband that the couple they were growing to know is not what they seem. A police inspector Grinko (Ben Kingsley) joins the train and the thriller portion of the film picks up speed until the final somewhat surprising set of discoveries complete the story. <BR/><BR/>Emily Mortimer owns the screen when she is present and carries our compassion despite circumstances less than honorable. There are holes a plenty in the script by writer/director Brad Anderson and Will Conroy, but jump on for the ride through the winter terrain - entertainment is always present. Grady Harp

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