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Review: Wavelengths 1, 2, & 5 – TIFF 2010

One of the most interesting, yet least talked about programs part of TIFF every year is the Wavelengths series which features avant-garde and experimental films from around the world. Every year programmers typically create a theme for each series so as to have a...

Review: The Solitude of Prime Numbers – TIFF 2010

The Solitude of Prime Numbers might be one of the brainiest dramas regarding human nature to ever exist. Based on the book by Paulo Giordano, Solitude paints an interesting look at human relationships. The story of Solitude follows three children, Alice, Mattia and...

Review: The Debt – TIFF 2010

The Debt was one of a few surprises at TIFF this year. That is not to short the directorial skill of John Madden ( Shakespeare in Love ), or the acting skills of Helen Mirren or Sam Worthington, but there was some expectation that the story of three Mossad agents...

Review: Sarah’s Key – TIFF 2010

Transcending two different eras ““ World War II France and its modern day counterpart ““ along with a host of global locations, Sarah’s Key is a gripping tale of one little girl and the desire of a journalist to connect her to her present-day...

Review: Little White Lies – TIFF 2010

When tragedy strikes a group of French bourgeois friends prior to their annual summer vacation, they decide to go on with the trip regardless. The nature of these friendships is exposed during their stay, as their personal lives begin to unfold in Guillaume...