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Lomax’s journey has already been the topic of Associate in Nursing victory life story and a 1995 TV motion-picture show (Prisoners In Time, leading John Hurt), however dessert apple Teplitzky’s The Railway Man contends that a man’s chronicle is rarely very told till he’s compete by Colin Firth. And whereas history could so prove that to be true, the polite lordliness Firth brings to the most recent and presumptively last screen depiction of Eric Lomax is typical of this handsome film’s insurmountable softness. The Railway Man is such a secure, respectful portrait of true-life catharsis that it feels afraid to open identical recent wounds it exalts Lomax for effort.Working from a frustratingly decorous script by Andy Paterson and veteran Frank Cottrell Boyce (Michael Winterbottom’s frequent scribe), The Railway Man works best before it reveals the blood on its tracks. Following a useless pre-credits introduction that fails to resonate even once it’s inevitably documented throughout the film’s climax, the film introduces Lomax within the early Eighties with a scene that appears like a cross between the meet-cute of Before Sunrise and therefore the frailty of temporary Encounter

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