|The Railway Station Man|
|Directed by||Michael Whyte|
|Produced by||Andree Molyneaux|
|Written by||Shelagh Delaney|
|Starring||Julie Christie, Donald Sutherland, John Lynch, Mark Tandy|
|Music by||Richard Hartley|
|Cinematography||Bruno de Keyzer|
The Railway Station Man is a 1992 British drama film directed by Michael Whyte, and starring Julie Christie, Donald Sutherland and John Lynch. It was based on the 1984 novel of the same name by Irish writer Jennifer Johnston. It was filmed on location in Glencolumbkille, County Donegal, Ireland.
Cast members include:
- Julie Christie - Helen Cuffe
- Donald Sutherland - Roger Hawthorne
- John Lynch - Damian Sweeney
- Mark Tandy - Manus Dempsey
- Frank McCusker - Jack Cuffe
- Ingrid Craigie - Mary Heron
- Johnny O'Doherty Craig - Young Jack Cuffe
- Leonard, John (19 October 1992). "The Railway Station Man: Bad luck of the Irish". New York. Retrieved 29 August 2016.
- "Fantastic Fiction: 'The Railway Station Man'", by Jennifer Johnston, fantasticfiction.co.uk; accessed 10 June 2014.
- The Railway Station Man on IMDb
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