Today’s TIFF Reviews – Sept. 18th

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Read the best of reviews from films at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2016:

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: CARRIE PILBY (USA 2016) ***

Being too smart might be detrimental to ones life. Based on Caren Lissner’s best-selling 2003 novel, CARRIE PILBY is a story of a awkward teen who graduated Harvard at the age of 19 and lives in a small NYC apartment paid for by her London-based father (Gabriel Byrne).

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: BOYS IN THE TREES (Australia 2016)

BOYS UNDER TREES contains an exciting premise – a coming-of-age story with gay overtones set in a small Australian town where the protagonist seeks to leave for the big city. The action takes place during Halloween where goals and Aborigine black magic exists.

TIFF 2016 Movie Review: AQUARIUS (Brazil/France 2016) ****

Filho’s AQUARIUS is again set in Recife, the seaside neighbourhood that he made famous in his last film NEIGHBOURING SOUNDS.

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