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Cillian Murphy gets history lesson

TORONTO - It seems fitting that in a week where Hollywood saw fit to unspool a variety of politically themed flicks at TIFF, Tinseltown's biggest outsider - Ken Loach - tapped Cillian Murphy to topline his volatile "The Wind That Shakes The Barley."



'President' wins over critics

A dead president riveted Toronto's attention again yesterday. The controversial British film Death Of A President, which has riled up the U.S. right because it fictionalizes the assassination of George W. Bush, won a key critics prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.



Best & worst of the Film Fest

The Quote: With his quaint English, Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodovar described the big, wild hair he gave Penelope Cruz in Volver as "disabled" when he meant dishevelled and her butt as "too stylized" when he meant "too slender."


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Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore arrive at the premiere of "Bobby." (Toronto Sun/David Lucas)

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