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bigImage Imagine a journey that will take us in 40 minutes on the most beautiful trains of the planet, giving us great feelings, making us discover grandiose landscapes and meet unusual people.

During this journey, we will climb up very high, at a height of 5 000 m in the Andes cordillera and come down very low, in the Channel tunnel, aboard the Eurostar. Contrast of landscapes, sometimes snowy and frozen through Switzerland or Canada, sometimes desert, overcome by the heat, in South Africa. Variety of travelers, cheerful and miserable or grave and wealthy.

Most of people travel by train having no alternative but others travel by train for their only pleasure. Pleasure of the complete change of scenery on the giant screen where a gigantic trip is progressing, interrupted only by the quick visit of the exceptional spots serviced, the Taj Mahal in India, the Macchu Picchu in Peru, Universal studios in California or the Great Wall of China.

The unexpected editing of the sequences shot at the four corners of the planet will build a fantastic journey, full of surprises for the travelers. Everybody is impatient to reach it's final destination...

..even if they are unaware that this train is going towards an unknown station...

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Produced by Rigaud Productions. Totale Fiction, Cinema Japan and La Geode. Director: Pierre Willemin. DP: Pierre Willemin. Producer: Dominique Rigaud. Distributed in the Americas by Giant Screen Films. Distributed in Europe by Rigaud Productions. Distributed in Japan by Cinema Co. Japan.


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