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WHAT TO WATCH: MAN ON THE TRAIN Friday on MSG Network Video description
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WHAT TO WATCH: MAN ON THE TRAIN Friday on MSG Network

Our new, weekly summer movie series Tribeca Film Presents resumes Friday at 10:00 on MSG Network with an under-the-radar crime drama from 2011 starring the remarkable Donald Sutherland and... U2's drummer?

Directed by Mary McGuckian, Man on the Train is based on Patrice Leconte's award-winning French thriller about a mysterious criminal (U2 drummer Larry Mullen Jr.) who rolls into a small town with plans to knock off the local bank, only to experience a chance encounter with a retired professor (Sutherland) that forces them both to reevaluate the course of their lives.

Man on the Train is a worthy, rare stab at character-driven suspense that never received the attention it deserved from critics and audiences alike. That it also features one of our greatest, most insightful, and deplorably un-Oscared screen actors is all the more incentive to seek out this under-the-radar curio. Tune in Friday at 10:00 (or else set the DVR) to give this well-acted, crisply-lensed, and subtly-scripted indie its due.

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Yesterday at #Tribeca2017 brought the world premiere of Anna Chai and Nari Kye's fascinating new documentary WASTED! THE STORY OF FOOD WASTE, produced by Anthony Bourdain. Forward-thinking chefs and thought leaders like Jeremiah Tower and Danny Bowien were in attendance for the premiere and a post-screening panel. Did you know that every year 80% of the world's water, 40% of the world's land, and 10% of the world's energy is dedicated to growing the food we eat, yet in the same year 1.3 billion tons of food is thrown out? No? Then you must see this movie. (Photos by @JoeCav_ for @StreetDreamsMag)

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