The Railway Man In Cinemas From April 24

Published on 23rd March 2014 by Stickboy BKK

The Railway Man, starring Colin Firth, is based on the true story of Eric Lomax, a Scottish army officer who was captured by the Japanese during World War II after the surrender of Singapore in 1942.

Following his capture he was sent to Changi Prison and then later on to a prisoner of war camp in Kanchanaburi, where he was forced to work building the Thailand-Burma railway.

The Railway Man will be released in Thailand on April 24th

The Railway Man was partially filmed in Thailand, and although it’s been criticized by some for not being as authentic as it could have been, it still looks interesting enough to warrant a viewing for anyone interested in the bridge over the River Kwai, the Japanese prisoners of war held around Kanchanaburi, and the Death Railway.

The movie gets its official released in cinemas in Thailand on April 24th. Below is the Thai trailer for the film.

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