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The Highlights From The Toronto Film Festival

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Melissa Block talks with Los Angeles Times entertainment writer Steven Zeitchik about what he's seeing at the Toronto Film Festival, which runs through this Sunday. Zeitchik points to the Brad Pitt baseball movie Moneyball and the sex-addiction story Shame as the two big films receiving buzz. He adds two of his favorite smaller flicks — Your Sister's Sister and A Dangerous Method to his list of interesting movies.
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