Lost in Train Station

Karl Taul
Mar 28, 2012

Lost in Train Station is a story of accidental encounters in a space where meeting a stranger is almost impossible. From Stockholm to Bucharest, a gallery of characters in local train stations pass by. They stop for a minute, trying to make some human connection. Who are they? What are they looking for? Will they succeed to meet someone?

Grzegorz Brzozowski

Director

Vefik Karaege

Director of Photography

Bas Voorwinde

Sound

0
27
Country of origin: No data
Categories: Action
Hashtags:
Comments
Guest
Related films
Mark Hucko dedicated his life to the invention of a new language with which he hoped to unite all Slav people. He claims his Slovio, ‘a Slavic esperanto’, can be innately understood by some 400 million people ‘from the Baltic to the Balkans and the borders of Finland to those of Japan. Say Hello in Slovio travels through this divided territory to test his incredible claim and finds a world not quite ready to run with his utopian dream.
1,252
06:21
A short, light hearted insight into the world of multilingual couples in Europe. The film follows six couples from across southern Europe into their worlds of language and love.
262
11:02
Is it possible to define Love with images? From Tallinn to Istanbul, a 'structureless' documentary: a collection of memories and traces, pieces of a colourful mosaic, recalling the most important steps of my own sentimental-education.
191
15:24
Favourited by
No followers.