The Canadian survival drama Angelique’s Isle is about as standard and unsurprising as these sorts of films tend to get, but that doesn’t mean it’s shoddily made or told without a fair degree of conviction.
The first day of the festival was a great start to what I hope will be an epic year at TIFF. Although I missed the screening of Tabu, a film I have been dying to see since I first saw the trailer for it, the interview with Emily Blunt for Looper was incredible.
The first day of the TIFF is upon us, and frankly, I’m already tired. For the last week, I’ve already been screening films, interviewing, and trying to keep up with emails planning out what I’ll be doing for the next eleven days.