Talking clocks and water fountains tell the story of an average day at one of the world’s most famous railway stations.
The film, which has been produced by Brooklyn-based London Squared, has been released through MTA as part of the cultural celebration surrounding Grand Central Terminals’s 100th anniversary.
It’s not the first time the filmakers have used the New York’s railway as the backdrop of one of its works. The production company’s first film, Subway Salvation, tells the story God’s visit to a New York subway car in the form of a turkey sandwich.
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