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Review: ‘Ouch’

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Topped by a wonderful performance from the now-veteran Andre Dussollier as a 50-year-old Lothario who meets his match in a weirdo waitress, "Ouch" is a chamber-scaled but delightful comedy of manners…

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Review: ‘To and Fro’

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A potent, well-crafted drama about the oppression of Indian minorities in Mexico, "To and Fro" reps an assured feature debut for director and co-scenarist Salvador Aguirre. Given a leading character…

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Frears tribute not accidental

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"I've been working so hard, I haven't quite taken it in," says Stephen Frears, thinking ahead -- or not, as the case may be -- to the soiree in his honor at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival. On Sept…

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Review: ‘Moonfish’

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As determinedly private as the Lampris regius for which it's named, "Moonfish" is a tough-to-swallow and undernourishing course that fatally mistakes melodrama for insight. Distribs won't exactly…

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Homegrown pix premiere

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Perspective Canada, the Toronto fest's all-Canuck program, was launched in 1984 and since then has become the most important annual showcase of homegrown film-making from the Great White North. What…

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