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Rui W
Rui W • 2 years ago

Omnibus, co-written by Sam Karmann & Christian Rauth, won the Best Short Film Oscar, Palm d'Or and BAFTA during the 1992/1993 awards season (that's a grand slam in my British-biased books). It is a comedy about a man on a non-stop train desparately trying to convince first the conductor and then the driver to let him off at an intermediate station. Karmann is now best known as an actor on French TV, for which he also continues to direct.

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