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A solid romantic comedy with sharp dialogue, amusing characters, and a few surprises up its sleeve.

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"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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TIFF 2015: Movies We’ve Already Seen at Other Fests

Many of the films in the line-up for the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, which we will be covering extensively over the next two weeks, have already premiered at other festivals. We thought it might be helpful to draw your attention to our coverage of TIFF 2015 films that we already hit once at Sundance, Berlin and Cannes. Now, that doesn’t mean we won’t be offering alternate takes on some of these titles again from TIFF. Susan is hitting “Brooklyn” & “Youth,” while Brian is planning to offer his two pennies on “Every Thing Will Be Fine,” “The Green Room,” “Son of Saul,” “The Lobster,” “Sicario,” and more. Come back regularly for our non-stop festival coverage, but check out what we think of over two dozen TIFF 2015 films as a warm-up.

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Brian Tallerico @ Sundance

"Brooklyn"

"Hellions"

"James White"

"Mississippi Grind"

"The Witch"

Michael Pattison @ Berlin

The Club

Every Thing Will Be Fine

The Pearl Button

Ben Kenigsberg @ Cannes

Arabian Nights

Disorder

The Green Room

Hitchcock/Truffaut

Love

Son of Saul

Michael Oleszczyk @ Cannes

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The Treasure

Youth

Barbara Scharres @ Cannes

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The Assassin

 “Cemetery of Splendour

Dheepan

The Lobster

Louder Than Bombs

Love

Mia Madre

Mountains May Depart

Our Little Sister

Sicario

Son of Saul

Youth


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