Here comes another attempt to view the horrors of the Holocaust through a mix of comedy and poignancy, and brother, they just keep getting worse.
"Train of Life" is a grim but hopeful fairy tale set in a so-quaint-it-must-be-staged Eastern European village trapped in the path of the encroaching Nazi army.
Having heard horrible rumors about doomed trains to death camps, the town's cloistered Jewish community decides to make a run for it before the Germans come calling, and develop an elaborate plan to escape to Russia in a dilapidated train they've made over to look like a concentration camp transport.
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