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In "The Railway Man" Eric Lomax first appears in 1980 where he's most comfortable--on a railway car. There he accidentally meets his future wife, Patti, because his train was delayed. He rattles off the circuitous connection he'll make to complete his journey--a lovely metaphor for his emotional passage from traumatized ex-prisoner of war to a psychologically strengthened individual.

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Friday, 15 March 2013 01:00

'Stoker' trades on tension

In a triumph of style over substance, South Korean director Chan-wook Park transforms a relatively isolated house in rural Connecticut into an emotional pressure cooker. The funeral for husband Richard Stoker brings his long-absent brother Charlie to help wife Evie and daughter India. But an undercurrent of distrust makes clear that danger awaits this family.

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Over several years, the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute's Celluloid Couch series at Webster University has featured select films rich with psychological texture. After each screening a professional in the psychoanalytic field provides insightful analysis. This summer's three-film program kicks off on Thursday, May 5th with Margot at the Wedding with analysis provided by Michael Deal, MA, LPC.

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