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Toronto: A Festival Of Quiet Americans

Last year at Toronto, the events of September 11 pushed everything else into numbed insignificance. This year, the Festival offered a comforting sense of business as usual - Miramax and Lion's Gate cherrypicked the top titles, celebrity-spotting recaptured the front pages and the old, familiar debate resumed over whether the Festival had become the victim of its own success. The latter argument gained in piquancy when even the most influential media figures failed to secure access to ...

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