Director: Morten Tyldum
Stars: Keira Knightley, Mark Strong, Tuppence Middleton, Tom Goodman-Hill
IMDB Rating: 8.5/10
Writer: Graham Moore with Andrew Hodges
Running Time: 1 Hour 53 Minutes.
Releasing Date: 21 November 2014 (USA)
Genres: Drama, Biography and Thriller
Plot: The festival comes to an end almost. Today Friday press passes will officially end, reserving only last weekend for public reruns. It is interesting to see the dynamics decadent Toronto, and I say non-critical. People attend enthusiastically. The street closure is the high point of the celebration and one almost feels walking down the street price of Madrid during the Christmas period. But, although it is not pleasant to hear the Canadian national honors the jokes are an amazing kindness and demonstrate the quality of life in a city that has striking contrasts.
The principal, the most striking, begging. Prices, unusually high. Nothing to write home, on the other hand, a colossus of this size. As I said one of the first days, its modern nightclubs, restaurants and cafes, reminiscent to reciprocating rising enclaves such as Berlin, but with the grid widening of a large city like New York. The metro, both complained to Madrid, is not much better in Toronto, only four lines, the basics to get to the suburbs; and the price for a weekly bonus of around 39 Canadian dollars at the exchange are approximately 27 euros for a 7 day pass. Two weeks nearly $ 80 bonus. In cinema, a medium soda (which in Spain is the largest size) and a bag of Maltesers, $ 10, about 7 euros. Still yet, it is a city that enjoys, easy to handle and foreign seeking comfort.
The American offer no improvement and The Imitation Game gives us a delinquent account in their treatment of the life of Alan Turing, another debtor over Ron Howard film, A Beautiful Mind. What has given lavishly Toronto are great performances and it shows in the level of American actors, because several films have benefited greatly from having someone in the casting weight. Then prints the eighth day of TIFF.