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This movie shows the simplest difference between Europe and former Soviet Union. It is the eponymous 89 mm - Russian train tracks are 89 mm wider than tracks in European countries. And because of this fact, it is not easy to go through the Soviet border by train in Brest as the passengers in the film do.

  1. Marcel Łoziński

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89 mm from Europe

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Original Title 89 mm od Europy

Status Released

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  • May 1, 1993
    Theatrical

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Original Language Polish

Runtime 0h 12m

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