On a train in 1945 a train conductor is in charge of a motley bunch: a failed author who means well but creates chaos; a soldier who is actually on the wrong train; a doctor who wants to murder his wife; a gay man who hates men; and two nuns with religious doubts. Written by
Nothing is necessarily what it seems to be...
25 December 2003 (Sweden)
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Delitti: Tracce Allusive
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The exterior scenes for the movie, while it's set in the winter of 1945, was filmed during mid-summer in Sweden. See more
The edition of Wittgenstein's "Tractatus logico-philosophicus" that we see was first printed in 1992 (2nd ed. 1997), it could not be available at the time when the film takes place, 1945. The 1992 edition was a re-preint of an older edition from 1961. Tractatus was first published 1921, but with a German title, "Logisch-philosophische Abhandlung". See more
How are you?
Oh, I'm fine thanks. I'm heading to my father for christmas to help him put on a new roof. He's gotten so afraid of heights since he was put in a wheelchair. It will be very nice. I haven't seen Uppsala for years.
Uppsala? But this train goes nonstop to Berlin.
Berlin? Oh, I must say! There's no end to the surprises on this journey!
Music by Benny Andersson
, lyrics by Peter Dalle
Performed by Helen Sjöholm
and Benny Anderssons Orkester See more