Toronto International Film Festival 2021 is one of the most famous cultural events in the world, which in turn brings together top films and smaller titles to cinemas around the world every year. Introduces. In this article, we will review the top films of this festival.
This festival introduces the films that have won Oscars and important awards in other festivals. The forty-sixth edition of the festival will be held from September 9th to 18th, and will feature a long list of top films such as Eun Hansen, Thelmasse and Starling, as well as titles such as Killing the Demon, Salome and The Hall of Fame. The world is still in the throes of a global corona, and the festival has offered audiences and news networks to follow the festival through personal cinemas and television networks.
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From there With 200 films screened during this popular festival, it is difficult to identify films that are worth the time to see during their release. Each film has a specific story, actor or depth that it presents to its audience. Of course, the author has not reviewed all the films, but in this article, we will introduce the best films from this year's Toronto International Film Festival. Titles such as Petit Mom and Louis Wayne's Electrical Life go to the love biography of the famous painter and artist Benedict Cumberbatch.
- Director: Celine Siam
- Actors: Josephine Suns, Gabriel Suns
Celine Siam after the portrait of a lady in the fire in this sad and very sad story film It shows the deep love and sadness in which emotion and excitement wave, and talented actors such as Josephine Suns and her real sister Gabriel Suns perform in it.
2. Benediction Prayer
- Director: Trance Davis
- Cast: Peter Capaldi, Jack Luden
This film tells the story of the British poet Siegfried Sassoon and is directed by Terence Davis. The film uses poetry a lot in its script. The film tells the story of Sassoon in the years following World War I, and focuses on his words against the war whose crimes affected his personal life and his personal relationships with men. Davis has combined his youth and old age (played by Peter Capaldi as Dr. Hu) in the following decades of his life, and has filmed various time periods in filming, including frustration, remorse, grief over the loss of friends and mistresses, and loneliness. It is fully connected with the professors.
3. Mothering Sunday
- Director: Eva Husson
- Actors: Odessa Young, Josh O'Connor
Mother Sunday is a film directed by Eva Husson and written by Alice Birch and based on a novel by Graham Swift takes the audience into the world of grief in the years following World War I. The film is very successful and excellent in narrating the feeling of loss, showing details and memories that affect the form of life.
4. The Mad Women's Ball
- Actors: Melanie Laurent, Amano Berkot
Melanie Laurent is the star, director and co-writer of Crazy Women 's Ball Which introduces the audience to the events of a nineteenth-century sanatorium for the mentally ill called Salpetriere, who, behind its high walls, treats very ill women. After the father of the main character of the film, Eugene (Lou de Lage), realizes that he has the ability to talk and communicate with ghosts and, according to the father, the reputation of the family is questioned, Eugene is mistakenly sent to that hospital. Because the film deals with the adventures of the main character and shows how the body and soul of homeless patients are attacked and they are deprived of their human rights. Grgoire Bonnet, the film's lead doctor, uses these patients for his own purposes and research. The editing, costumes and acting of the actors show the devastating deep layers in this sad film.
- Director: Bastin Bitman
- Cast: Olivia Mann
This memorable and special film written and directed by Bastin Bateman starring Olivia Mann Challenges of Life in It portrays a person's mind and disturbing it well.
6. Costa Brava, Lebanon
- Director: Munia Akel
- Actors: Saleh Bakri, Nadine Labaki
Lebanon's economic situation has been deteriorating for some time and the big waste crisis It has also increased the suffering of the people of this country. In this film, a family named Walid and his wife Suraya, who was a singer in the past, along with Walid's two daughters and mother, leave Beirut for the surrounding mountains to take part in many useless protests to alleviate their pain. They go to a new landfill to forget about their daily problems in life. Munia Eckel is directing her first film based on a joint screenplay with Clara Rocket. The film deals with the difference between Walid and Soraya's views on fighting for a city whose heart is broken by negligence, their painful past, and the impact that these currents have had on the distance of the family. The film is saturated with a lot of depth and emotion, and the two actors, Bakri and Labaki, have a very good acting in the film.
7. The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain
- Director: Will Sharp
- Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Sophia Di Martino
This film is directed by Will Sharp and is based on His and Simon Stephenson co-script narrates the sad and romantic personal life and famous painting profession. This strange and fascinating title is one of the best films based on a person's biography.
8. I'm Your Man
- Director : Maria Schrader
- Cast: Dan Stevens, Marne Eggert
Maria Schrader based on a screenplay co-authored by John Schumburg He has narrated human relations from technology in a great way. The role of Marne Eggert and Dan Osions, who plays the role of a robot lover, is excellent. I Am Your Man is one of the most romantic and detailed films in the field of technological advances and their relationships with humans. The film examines the impact of technology on individual relationships in society and human relationships with each other, and shows the consequences of severing these relationships despite a person's desire to be close to others. In this title alone, it is influenced by the development of technology, and signs of romantic comedy style are also included in the heart of the film.