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Our exclusive coverage of the Toronto International Film Festivals.

In his screenwriting book, Robert Mckee says that story is a metaphor for life. But can story be a metaphor for death? Every grave has a story to tell. This is the story of an elderly morgue attendant whose sole purpose in life is to give meaning to death. Part minimalist human drama, part surreal fantasy, Oblivion Verses is kind of movie Kiarostami would’ve made if he were high on acid.
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What perturbs a person more, searching for a sense of belonging in his homeland he remotely doesn’t want to be a part of or sense of “non-belonging” on a foreign …
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The Seen and Unseen (Sekala Niskala) | Dir Kamila Andini The dry visual aesthetics dazzling with the heartfelt characters on Indonesian countryside balancing the profound concept of dualism & headspace of …
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Directions [2017]: ‘TIFF’ Review Ever had a really bad day? A day where even the morning coffee tastes like a bad case of psychoactive caffeine intake? Stephan Komandarev’s latest film “Directions” …
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Soldiers. Story from Ferentari (Soldatii. Poveste din Ferentari) | Dir. Ivana Mladenovic Soldiers. Story from Ferentari [2017 Romanian Drama] is an unflinching & unadulterated drama of two individuals exploring their …
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The film opens with a blurring image of something that appears like a Flag, in the background is the euphoric sound of a crowd making the quintessential game noise. The …
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