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On occasion at TIFF, if you’re lucky, you’ll see something that defies description. Sometimes, it’s a film that is so breathtakingly fantastic that it seems impossible to find the words to accurately convey to anyone unfortunate enough to have missed it how amazing it is; sometimes, it’s a movie so bizarre and confounding that, likewise, you can’t quite wrap your brain around it… let alone try to explain its complexities to someone who wasn’t sitting in the theater with you.…
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One of my favourite things about TIFF is the ability it affords cinephiles to discover, and then follow the careers of, international talent whom we might not otherwise get a chance to see at work, be they actors or directors. Many years ago, I saw a film at the festival called The White Masai and immediately fell under the spell of its captivating lead actress, Nina Hoss. In 2008, again at TIFF, I saw her in the brutally riveting A…
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Sooner or later at every TIFF, it happens. After a string of good-to-great movies, and just when I start to think maybe I’ve lucked out and chosen nothing but winning films, my streak comes to an end – sometimes abruptly (i.e., I get up and walk right out of the theater halfway through the screening because I’m thatdisappointed), sometimes much more gradually (i.e., as the film unspools, I begin to realize that I am enjoying it less and less with…
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Many of the films at TIFF – this year and every year, for that matter – tend to be of the Heavy or Serious or Important variety; movies that may leave you shaken or angry or depressed or downright queasy by the time you walk out of the theater and back out into the real world. So it’s always a refreshing change of pace to plop yourself down for what you know will be a feel-good crowd-pleaser. That was certainly…
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As I’ve mentioned in previous years, sometimes I purposely choose films of a given theme on a festival day, and sometimes it’s just a coincidence that I wind up attending screenings that share some kind of common thread. The latter was the case yesterday, as I wound up with two very different movies about teenagers. First up was The Deflowering of Eva van End(6/8), a darkly twisted but simultaneously quirky and cute Dutch dramedy about a mousy, bookish girl named…
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Though this was only my second day of TIFFing, it was the fourth day of the festival, and I’d been hearing a few accounts of ticketing snafus at the various venues, movies starting up to an hour late and general unpleasantness when arriving for screenings. My day-one experience at the Bader had been pretty close to ideal – the line was let into the theatre nice and early, and the screening started right on time – so I wondered whether…
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