Opens This Friday
Directed by 40 Directors from 25 Countries
Written by 40 Writers
Stars Ankur Vikal, Judith Hoersch, Yoann Sover, Patrick Préjean, Patrick Gorman
“Train Station” follows a single character, known only as “Person in Brown”, through cities Tehran, Detroit, Berlin, Athens, New Castle, Chicago, Dubai, Barcelona, Mumbai and more than a dozen other cities in five continents. The main character is played by 40 actors, ranging in age, gender, ethnicity and sexual orientation. Along his/her journey, he/she is presented with choices that trigger different paths, giving us a universal story of fate, decisions and destiny. “Train Station” unites cultures and breaks language barriers, reminding us that we all live under the same conditions of life in a world full of diversity, options and consequences.
A record number of directors from every part of the world worked together over the internet to outline, write and create the film. Over 40 actors and actress, of various ages, races and backgrounds play the single character. Every time "Person in Brown" makes a new choice, we cut to a new city and follow a new actor, but the story continues on.