Since the British train privatization proved so successful, the German government has decided to follow their lead and privatize their own rail service. On the surface, the film is about a train robbery by rail officials, but upon closer observation is more a nostalgia peice about the red vinyl seats, pink-red elephants and the often critical and serious rail employees.

Original title: Die schiefe Bahn
Script: Jim Lacy
Cinematography: Jim Lacy
Music: Ed Harris
Others: Animation, Character Work: Kathrin Albers; Animation, Background: Jim Lacy
Production: Stoptrick - Jim Lacy, Kathrin Albers
Dialogue: German
Clearance of minors: 0 years
FBW rating: particularly valuable
Licensed territory: Worldwide

Audience Award 'Made in Hamburg' IKFF Hamburg 2008

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