Krai (Край, "The Edge") is a 2010 Russian drama by Alexei Uchitel. It is set immediately after the end of the Great Patriotic War, in which Russians and Germans work on a railway in Siberia. Shocked by the horrors of war, they begin to draw away from their fellow humans and instead become close to their trains, giving them names and racing them. This film was the Russian contender for Best Foreign Film at the LXXXIII Oscars, but was not nominated.
- Cool Train: Several.
- Famous steam engine Ov-324 plays Gustav. As Ov-324 was built in 1905, it is the oldest "actor" in the film.
- Full-Frontal Assault: The fight in the sauna.
- I Call It "Vera"
- Improvised Weapon: Using a lantern to hit someone in the head.
- Mother Russia Makes You Strong
- Mundane Made Awesome: Train races!
- Real Is Brown
- Scenery Porn
- Similarly Named Works: Not to be confused with the 1997 Alec Baldwin and Anthony Hopkins film The Edge.
- Technology Porn