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Train Keeps a Rollin'

A little white casket carrying the sacred remains of a venerated figure known as the Holy Mother of Barczica is loaded onto a train for a nationwide tour of Hungary, but after the train derails in a small village the relic becomes a prop in the machinations of the vain stationmaster; his waddling, babushka-clad wife; his horny assistant; and a ripe young Gypsy beauty who's looking for a man. Robert Koltai (Colossal Sensation!) wrote, directed, and stars as the stationmaster in this chronically overpitched rustic farce (2007), whose yelling and arm flapping put me to sleep long before its wheezing end-credit outtakes. In Hungarian with subtitles. 83 min.


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