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The Station Agent

When his only friend and co-worker dies, Fin McBride, a young man born with dwarfism moves to an abandoned train depot in Newfoundland, New Jersey. Though he tried to maintain a life of solitude, he is soon entangled with Olivia Harris, a clumsy divorced woman who grieves the death of her beloved son Sam and Joe Oramas, an overly friendly Cuban hot-dog vendor. After some days, the weird trio becomes friends.
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June 14, 2009 ...a sweet art film that is unapologetic as it is memorable. Peter Dinklage's performance is poetic and pure as any you will ever observe on screen or off.
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July 21, 2011 There isn't a character, location or situation in The Station Agent that could exist anywhere other than in a screenplay.
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Cinema Writer
September 03, 2010 a charmingly simple character study
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Seattle Times
December 31, 2003 While many movies reintroduce us to the same old types, The Station Agent is an original -- you've never seen these people on screen before, and it's a pleasure to make their acquaintance.
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San Francisco Chronicle
October 17, 2003 As touching and original a movie as you're likely to see this year.
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Common Sense Media
December 29, 2010 A quiet joy with breathtaking performances.
November 15, 2003 The Station Agent never leaves its sleepy patch of New Jersey. But when it's over, you know you've been somewhere.
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New York Observer
February 26, 2004 Mr. Dinklage projects both size and intelligence in the fascinating reticence of his face.
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October 08, 2010 Peter Dinklage details Fin’s solitude in single glances, but his countenance also warms to eventual friendship. It’s an attenuated, reserved, realistic performance — bolstered when we learn Fin is silent because shouting only summons repressed rage.
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June 16, 2016 For the first time in his career, Dinklage was allowed to play someone with dimension, passion, and an identity beyond his physical attributes, and he makes the most of it.
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IMDb: 7
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