You're standing on the platform of the railway station in Liberec. You look left and the rails seem to be neverending. The same thing on your right. But they must finish somewhere. Every rail has an end, the same as films do. What will never cease, though, is the unbearable whistling of brakes of the approaching trains.
Vehicle trains, never ending rails and the smell of hot sausage - this could easily be a description of roughly any railway station, but the one in Liberec is exceptional. Many millionaires began their journey towards wealth from various places, but this where Jan Dítě from the film I Served the King of England started his career of a sausage vendor. When you bend to pick up a lost coin, be sure he's watching you, smiling. Just don't forget to make it look like it is you who lost it in the first place. And don't miss your train, like the character of Fleischman in the film Grandhotel.