Additional information for Night Train to Lisbon, which has a domestic theatrical release set for March 7, 2013. The film is being distributed by Unknown and has not yet been rated. Night Train to Lisbon has a total running time of 111 minutes.
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Raimund Gregorius, a Swiss Professor, abandons his lectures and buttoned-down life to embark on a thrilling adventure that will take him on a journey to the very heart of himself.
Taken from Wikipedia - Raimund Gregorius, a Swiss professor of old languages, saved a Portuguese beauty from committing suicide when she was about to take a lethal leap from a bridge. After the woman was saved, she asked to walk with him. He agreed and they both went to the school where he teach. During the middle of the class, however, the woman left the room. Raimund was surprised by her sudden leave and realized that the mysterious woman had left her red coat. He tried to pursue after the woman to return her coat but in vain. Afterwards he found a book written by Portuguese author Amadeu do Prado inside the coat's pocket. There was a train ticket to Lisbon leaving in 15 minutes slipped in the book. Confused and doubtful, he decided to board into the train to Lisbon. He arrived without any luggage and checked in a motel. He found Amadeu do Prado's address from a phone book. When he arrived, he was welcomed by the writer's sister and learned that Amadeu is a doctor. He was inclined to leave after he asked what happened to her father, which was met with hostility from the host. On his way out, the house maid told him that he can find Amadeu in the town's cemetery. On the way back to motel after he went to the man's tomb, he was hit by a man riding a bicycle and smashed his glasses. He told his experiences regarding his journey in Lisbon to the local optician where he made his new glasses. On the day he took his new glasses, the optician told him that her uncle knew Amadeu do Prado well and would like to talk to him. They both went to a nursing home where her uncle was taken cared of. Her uncle, Joćo Eēa, was in the resistance against Salazar dictatorship together with Amadeu. More curious than ever, Raimund went to visit the priest who taught and also buried Amadeu do Prado. The priest explained that Amadeu is a very smart boy with an aristocrat background and was the best of friend with the commoner Jorge O'Kelly, another boy in school. They bonded and shared the same interest on books. On their graduation day, Amadeu gave a speech which reflected his contempt over dictatorship, much to his father's ,who was a well respected judge, discomfort. Raimund went back to Adriana, Amadeu's sister, and asked her side of the story. She told him that she was disappointed by how her brother never told her that he suffered from aneurysm (he later died from it) and she found out from the book instead. She told him that as a doctor, Amadeu never refuse a patient and saved a traitor's life when he was brought to his clinic. This action was frowned upon by the people around him and especially his best friend who at that time was already in the resistance. During Raimund another visit to Joćo, it was revealed that the disappointed Amadeu went to confront Jorge in the pharmacy he bought for him and declared that he too will join the resistance. Jorge later introduced him to Estafania and Joćo.
Night Train to Lisbon
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