Synopsis: In Europe, a group of American college athletes unknowingly board a train that will become one deadly ride.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Gideon Raff
Production: Lionsgate
94 min

All right, Todd, let's go.

Let's go.

All right.

Keep it up.

Keep it up. Yes.

All right.

Nice. Nice.

Control, Todd, control.

Keep him away

from your body.

Damn it.

Stay focused.

It's fine. Stay focused.

Come on.


- How's she doing?

- Sex and violence.

That's what it's all about.


- Hey.

- How'd your match go?

I won.


American, no hard

feelings, huh?

You don't play fair.

Oh, you're upset.

Screw you, you

uncircumcised little f***.


My peace offering.

What's that?

A party.

Here we celebrate

after a match.

The girls here go cray

for American boys like you.

All right.

- Girls, huh?

- Uh-huh.

The train to Odessa

leaves at 0100.

I want all of you down here,

full gear, by 06:30.

We eat on the train, hmm?

Hey, Coach, uh, listen...

Shut up.

When you win,

you can talk.

I want all of you

up in your rooms,

get into bed,

lights out by 8:

No bullshit.

Mike and Chris.

Beth and Jen.

Todd and Sheldon.

Claire and Alex.


- Thank you.

- Get laid.

So, you and me?

Yeah. No, not gonna happen.

All right?

I'm only doing this for Alex.

Baby, it was one match.

You know you're

better than her.

You could easily

tear her face off...

...if you wanted to.

But what if

I don't want to?

Look... are really, really good

at this, you know?

You can go pro.

I just...

I wanna be a doctor.

You got pinned,

that's all.

I'm quitting the team.

I know what you need.

You need to learn

the Todd Patterson...

...invincible double-leg

double-hook throw.

- What?

- Go.

Now spread your legs.

Grab my neck.

Spread again.

- What?

- Now pull me down.

See? It works.

Okay, you gotta let...

Let go now.

I'm coming up.

I said spread'em.

God, you are so beautiful.

Blue eyes, do you always

get this excited...

...when you pin someone?

You betcha.

Okay. Let's go.

Come on.


Where do you think

you're going, hmm?

Ooh, look at that.

Long after lights out.

We just wanted to get

some fresh air, that's all.

Is that weed?

We won't tell if you won't.

Where are you really heading?

- To get somefresh air.

- To a party.

- Bro.

- Hey.

It's a fresh-air party.

Well, then...

...let's go.

It should be straight ahead,

one more block.

Guys, where is this place?

Uh, it's 'Kanyazborst' and...


All right, thanks.

Oh, my God.

Dude, brace yourself.

You're gonna kiss... mother-f***ing

feet after this.

Man, what have

you done now, huh?


No. No, I can't do this.

Hey, we should go.

It's late.

Did you have

fun up there?

Claire, come on.


American, where

are you going to?

We're in the

middle of the fun.

Claire, you coming?

No. She said I'll

take care ofher.

What the hell are you

talking about, man, huh?

- Claire, come on.

- I say she stay.

What's your problem?


Get your f***ing hands off me.

Hey, we just wanna leave.

You wanna fight, huh?

You didn't get enough

mat for breakfast?

Todd... Todd, don't do this.



Hey, why are you mad at me?

I had no choice.

Uh, yes, that's exactly

what you had, a choice,

and you chose to fight.

You could have avoided this.

Okay, wait.

I think we're vey,

vey close here.

What time is it?

You're all pathetic.

Bunch of losers.

You know what your problem is?

You're not athletes.

You have no idea

what team spirit is.

All you do is think

about yourselves.

Well, you know what?

I hope last night

was worth it,

'cause you just risked

the entire tournament,

not to mention your future.

Coach, I'm so sory.

And you.


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Gideon Raff

Gideon "Gidi" Raff (born 1973) is an Israeli film and television director, screenwriter and writer. He is best known for the award-winning 2010 Israeli television drama series Prisoners of War (which he created, wrote and directed) and its acclaimed US adaptation, Homeland (for which he won two Primetime Emmy Awards in 2012). more…

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