An underrated classic and one of the greatest Polish films of all time, Night Train takes place entirely in a single compartment on a crowded overnight train. Beginning like a Hitchcock thriller hinting at the possibility that someone in the carriage is a killer on the run, the film develops into a nuanced character study of the different passengers on board, building towards an complex and symbolic conclusion. A terrific cast includes Zbigniew Cybulski (the ‘Polish James Dean’) and Leon Niemczyk (Knife in the Water), and composer Andrzej Trzaskowski contributes an atmospheric jazz score.