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Yudit Lang 3 years ago
The Journey is a 1959 American drama film directed by Anatole Litvak. A group of Westerners tries to flee Hungary after the Soviet Union moves to crush the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. It stars Deborah Kerr, Yul Brynner, and Jason Robards. Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner were paired again since they starred in The King and I in 1956, where he had an Oscar-winning performance. The Journey was shot in Metrocolor. Major Surov (Yul Brynner), is a Russian commander at the Hungarian-Austrian border crossing. With the outbreak of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, the Budapest airport is shut down and Diana (Deborah Kerr), along with other international travellers from U.S., Britain, Israel, and France are forced to reach Vienna by bus. Along for the ride is one of the Hungarian dissenters hunted by the police, Paul (Jason Robards). The following prologue appears in the onscreen credits: "The action of this story takes place between Budapest, the capital of Hungary, and the Austro-Hungarian...
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