Lame humor and underdeveloped drama plague this trite tale starring Fanny Ardant as a woman having an affair with a man two decades years her junior.
Toronto Film Festival
Despite the familiarity of its tale about recriminations, revelations and reconciliations, Laila Marrakchi's family drama is consistently engaging and frequently amusing.
REARVIEW: A strong showing by Canadian and British filmmakers, an outstanding selection of performances and a relentless flow of Oscar hype were all in evidence at the Toronto Film Festival.
Mike Flanagan's latest is an impressively intricate supernatural thriller, cleverly complex if not quite as scary or memorable as one might have hoped.
Variety film critics Scott Foundas, Justin Chang and Peter Debruge discuss the best of the Toronto Film Festival at the Variety Studio.
This story of a father heroically joining a triathlon with his wheelchair-bound kid is shamelessly sentimental but tough to resist.
Daniele Luchetti brings his usual mix of warmth, drama and boisterousness to this flashback to the roiling Italian 1970s of his youth.
This Proclaimers jukebox musical is a chirpy heart-on-sleeve confection that's populist in a somewhat generic way.
Nicole Garcia's latest is a fine little French drama in which unexpectedly crossed paths turn out to be a catalyst for mutual change.
Patience and an openness to contemplation will be essential for audiences to appreciate Godfrey Reggio's black-and-white reverie.
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