THE LIVELONG DAY

In THE LIVELONG DAY, we see three generations of train enthusiasts gather to pilot one of the largest, most obsessively realistic model railroads in the world. They are nostalgics and romantics, mourning the vanishing of railroad culture and craftsmanship while striving to maintain it at 1/87 scale.

Screening History:

LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL
ROOFTOP FILMS (New York, NY)
PDX FILM FESTIVAL (Portland, OR)

Press:

BAD LIT Mike Everleth
“The Livelong Day paints a sensitive and intimate portrait of the model train enthusiast. At the end of the film, we may not feel connected to living the train lifestyle, but we at least can comprehend, understand and appreciate it on an emotional level.”