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« on: September 10, 2011, 06:01:03 AM »

TIFF11 Reviews: Wim Wender's  Pina , U2 Doc  From the Sky Down

 Yesterday was Day 1 of TIFF, but it was more of a strange half day where we only watched two movies and only one that had its TIFF premiere, which was Wim Wender's  Pina . For whatever reason, TIFF's opening night seeme to be off on a German kick, between that and the Opening Night Selection, Davis Guggenheim's U2 portrait  From the Sky Down , which focuses on their "Achtung Baby" album mostly recorded in Berlin, and then Werner Herzog was back at TIFF with his new documentary  Into the Abyss .  
The other movie we saw yesterday was the Brad Pitt baseball movie  Moneyball . You can read our thoughts on that   here  as well as read reviews of Ryan Gosling's two movies at TIFF, Nicolas Refn's  Drive  and George Clooney's  The Ides of March  (by clicking on their respective title.)
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