My left foot has been a preoccupation at TIFF, or more precisely my big toe, which I fractured on the eve of the festival in a guilty flurry of domesticity—yanking the green bin out to the garbage in the dark while forgetting about the jagged flagstone that sits on the lid to keep out raccoons. That notion of TIFF being a hardship assignment was put into sobering perspective when I ran into a couple of bored photographers heading off to shoot actors in hotel rooms: one was just back from Afghanistan, the other was going off to cover child soldiers in Africa. Still, I like to think my raccoon-related injury makes me a casualty of something. And wading into the Blackberry-blinded mobs at TIFF wearing sandals shoes are too painful does makes one paranoid.
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The essay that follows might help you to have a more enjoyable experience. Sarah Polley continues her preoccupation with infidelity in this, her second feature. This is a film about a seduction that breaks up their marriage. Margot goes off on a business trip and meets an attractive stranger, Daniel Luke Kirby.
The actress and comedian has recalled the 'brutal' and uncomfortable experience from an unnamed comedy movie. The actress - who deals with issues of rape and trauma in her stand-up material - has insisted she never takes it lightly because of her own disturbing experiences. Speaking to radio DJ Howard Stern, Sarah admitted the scene was "brutal" and involved "an extra" simulating sex against her. She said: "I've had experiences in my life