But, unlike in his Oscar winning A Fantastic Woman, Sebastián Lelio doesn’t convey the essence of his central character’s inner conflict
May 17, 2018
Susan G. Cole
From Disobedience, featuring Rachels Weisz and McAdams as Orthodox Jewish women in love, to the doc about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, this year's TJFF screens many much-anticipated films
Jason Bateman and a stellar cast star in a juvenile comedy that’s treated as seriously as a Marvel smackdown
TIFF likes to position itself as an awards-season launching pad. Here's a look at which films were helped and which were hurt this year.
DISOBEDIENCE (Sebastián Lelio). 114 minutes. Opens Friday (May 18). See.
A quick scan of new releases in theatres this week.