End of the Line (I) (2007)
- Summaries (1)
Four stories linked by the subway of Toronto, as a metaphor of destiny and of the different options that the characters could take to decide their lives. A homeless who carries a painful wound from the past shelters from a storm in the subway; a shy and young professional who sees in the subway the girl of his dreams, but he does not dare to speak to her; an indigenous couple who has left recently the reservation to move to the great city, are on their way to an abortive clinic, but guilt accompanies them in the trip; an elder who finds in the subway a saddened and solitary lady, overwhelmed after the death of her husband, tries to convince her to not commit suicide. The characters head towards the final stop end of the railroad line, where all the trips end.
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