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The Railway Man

The Railway Man

by Jonathan TeplitzkyColin FirthStellan SkarsgardJeremy Irvine and Nicole Kidman

DVD video Content Rating: M Publication Date: 23/04/2014

RRP  $12.99 $12.75
1942. Tens of thousands of brave young British and ANZAC soldiers become prisoners of war when Japanese forces overrun Singapore. Eric Lomax, (Colin Firth/Jeremy Irvine) a 21 year old British Signals Engineer and railway enthusiast, is one of the surrendered men.

Decades later, Eric meets a beautiful woman, Patti (Nicole Kidman), on a train journey. They marry quickly, but Eric is soon tormented by his memories and trapped by a code of silence that will destroy him, until the determination of the woman he loves gives him the strength to face and survive the battlefield of his mind.
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English, Descriptive subtitles for the hearing impaired, English descriptive narration
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Australia, UK
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