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Transsiberian (18-Jan-2008)

Director: Brad Anderson

Writers: Brad Anderson; Will Conroy

Music by: Alfonso De Vilallonga

Producer: Julio Fernández

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Woody Harrelson
Actor
23-Jul-1961   Woody from Cheers
Ben Kingsley
Actor
31-Dec-1943   Gandhi
Thomas Kretschmann
Actor
8-Sep-1962   Immortel
Kate Mara
Actor
27-Feb-1983   Shooter
Emily Mortimer
Actor
1-Dec-1971   Lovely & Amazing
Eduardo Noriega
Actor
1-Aug-1973   Open Your Eyes

CAST

Woody Harrelson   ...   Roy
Emily Mortimer   ...   Jessie
Kate Mara   ...   Abby
Eduardo Noriega   ...   Carlos
Thomas Kretschmann   ...   Kolzak
and
Ben Kingsley   ...   Grinko
Etienne Chicot   ...   Frenchman
Mac McDonald   ...   Minister
Colin Stinton   ...   Embassy Official
Perlis Vaisieta   ...   Manager Hotel Pushkin
Mindaugas Papinigis   ...   Young Detective
Mindaugas Capas   ...   Military Officer
Sonata Visockaite   ...   Female Train Attendant #1
Larisa Kalpokaité   ...   Female Train Attendant #2
Valentinas Krulikovskis   ...   Young Waiter
Vidmantas Jasiunevicius   ...   Porter
Antanas Surgailis   ...   Waiter
Kristina Kulinic   ...   School Girl 1
Jing Din Zhou   ...   School Girl 2
Emilis Velyvis   ...   Cop 1
Saulius Bagaliunas   ...   Drunk Pole
Andrius Paulavicius   ...   Lithuanian Backpacker
Sergej Oskin   ...   Engineer
Alfredas Butkevicius   ...   Provodnik
Antanas Radinskas   ...   Sullen Clerk

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