Toronto Film Festival 2020: 9 movies to watch at this year's festival

One of the world's most prestigiousfilm festivals is all set to kick off from September 20. The festival features hundreds of films and from the big list, we bring you our selected list of films that we are most looking forward to watch.

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The Father

Anthony Hopkins starrer 'The Father' tells the story of the aging father who refuses all the assistance from his daughter. As he tries to make sense of his changing circumstances, he begins to doubt his loved ones, his own mind, and even the fabric of his reality.

 

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Penguin Bloom

Glendyn Ivin directorial 'Penguin Bloom' is an fourthcoming drama film based on the book of the same name by Bradley Trevor Greive. The movie follows a story of a family which takes in an injured woman and how that makes a profound difference in their lives.

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Pieces of a Woman

Director Kornel Mundruczo 'Pieces of a Woman' follows the story of Martha and Sean (Vanessa Kirby and Shia LaBeouf) who are a Boston couple whose baby dies during a home birth, shows how grieving Martha navigates her relationships with her husband and mother, while facing the midwife in court.

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Ammonite

Romantic drama 'Ammonite' is written and directed by Francis Lee. The film is inspired by the life of British paleontologist Mary Anning, played by Kate Winslet, and centers on a romantic relationship between Anning and Charlotte Murchison, played by Saoirse Ronan.

 

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Concrete Cowboy

'Concrete Cowboy' directed by Ricky Staub is based on the novel 'Ghetto Cowboy' by Greg Neri. The film is about a 15-year-old boy from Detroit who is sent to live with his estranged father in Philadelphia and learns about the local urban cowboys.

It stars Idris Elba, Caleb McLaughlin, Jharrel Jerome, Lorraine Toussaint, Byron Bowers, and Method Man.

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The Water Man

'The Water Man' is an upcoming drama film directed by David Oyelowo. The movie follows the story of a boy who sets out on a quest to save his ill mother by searching for a mythic figure  and is said to have magical healing powers.

 

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I Care a Lot

J Blakeson's 'I Care a Lot' is an upcoming thriller film which follows the story of a legal guardian who discovers that her seemingly perfect client is not who they appear to be.

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And Tomorrow the Entire World

'And Tomorrow the Entire World' is an German-French political drama film directed by Julia von Heinz. The movie is set in Germany when it is struck by a violent series of racist terror attacks. 20-year-old Luisa joins a subdivision of the Antifa to oppose the uprising neo-Nazi movement. With her reckless actions, she not only fights against the extreme right but also tries to impress Alfa, an Antifa activist she is secretly in love with.

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One Night in Miami 

Regina King's directorial debut 'One Night in Miami' tells a fictionalized story of Cassius Clay, Malcolm X, Jim Brown, and Sam Cooke as the group celebrate Clay's surprise title win over Sonny Liston in a Miami hotel room in February 1964.

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