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|Man on the Train|
|Directed by||Mary McGuckian|
|Produced by||Martin Katz|
Larry Mullen Jr
|Cinematography||Stefan von Bjorn|
|Edited by||Matthew Booth|
Man on the Train is a 2011 crime-drama film directed by Mary McGuckian, starring Donald Sutherland and Larry Mullen Jr. It is an English-language remake of the 2002 French film L'homme du train, which had been released in the US with the same title as the 2011 version.
An elderly professor (Sutherland) and a mysterious stranger (Mullen) whom the professor has invited to his house are each very envious of the life of the other.
Filmed in April 2010, it was shot "under the radar" over a 17-day period in the towns of Orangeville and Dundas, Ontario. Because of Mullen's fame as a member of the rock band U2, there was no publicity surrounding his participation in the project.
- "Feature film casts town in starring role". Orangeville Banner. 14 April 2010. Archived from the original on 30 June 2013. Retrieved 1 May 2013.
- Goodman, Lanie. "Donald Sutherland Meets U2 Drummer Larry Mullen Jr. on 'The Train'". Speakeasy. Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 1 May 2013.
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