Wrekin Hill Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to Bille August's thriller “Night Train to Lisbon” from K5 International, three months after its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival. Wrekin…
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Though not quite a train wreck (the tech package is pedestrian rather than bad), Bille August's "Night Train to Lisbon" feels like a relic of the good ol' Europudding days.
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