A Train Arrives at the Station
A Celebration of Film History's Most Famous Train Arrivals

A Train Arrives at the Station - A Celebration of Film History's Most Famous Train Arrivals
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Chris

A great collage film, experimental and full of innovations about found it footage kind of genre. Highly recomended for film students that want to get familiar with this kind of technique .

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