At the beginning of the synopsis, the director wrote in bold letters the following: "Four different youths in a train called life; we want to leave this train alive." The stigmatic credit of being ´´The third film of Mungmungyi Propaganda Film" starts a contemplation of the film´s meaning. Propaganda, the title Please, Stop the Train, and or the shout asking for the train to stop face each other and clash like wheels on warped tracks running trains. This film wears the exterior of a road movie in pursuit of a dream, but it is actually a propaganda film that deals with the disaster of youths and the fate that threatens individuals in under the name of life. It is interesting to see play and art being stressed as a way of resistance instead of political disposition.
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