Noted Kazakh filmmaker Serik Aprymov directs this poignant tale about the gulf between childhood fantasy and stark reality. The three brothers of the title live in rural Kazakhstan near a stockyard for old locomotives. The complex is run by a WWII concentration camp survivor named Klein who tells the siblings of a magical brothel packed full of beautiful women living up in the mountains. The old man's tall tales fire the youths' imaginations, and soon they are scheming to journey to the fabled bordello. Most of their schemes fail until they manage to rob the train station's payroll and hijack a locomotive. When the old man realizes that the kids are on the way to a military firing range that uses the aging trains for target practice, Klein hops in a second locomotive and chases after the kids. This film was screened at the 2000 Berlin Film Festival.
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