PLOT : London in the midst of World War II is becoming increasingly unsafe; the Watts children - Lily, Pattie and Ted - are therefore sent by their mother to the small Yorkshire village of Oakworth. After some time, the children settle into their quiet life in the countryside with the help of their Governess Bobby Waterbury, her daughter Annie and her grandson Thomas. One day, the children discover an injured American soldier hiding out in the railyard at Oakworth Station, thrusting them on a dangerous adventure to help Abe find his way back home.
Morgan Matthews. is a British producer, director, writer and cinematographer. Specializing in documentary, Matthews has produced and directed countless films and TV movie series. Mathew’s first award-winning film was his 2008 documentary The Fallen. This 3-hour long film remembers every service member who died in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. Matthews won the Best Director Factual Award at the 2009 BAFTA Awards for the film. Mathews won another BAFTA Award for the Flaherty Documentary Award for 7/7: One Day in London (2012). In 2006 Mathews founded Minnow Films dedicated to creating documentary and dramatic films and projects. In 2022 Matthews directed The Railway Children Return, based on the book by E. Nesbit.
Length 0h 55min
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Distribution StudioCanal UK