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Toronto Stories trailer

Toronto Stories trailer

Four Stories, Four Cameras, One City. Opening in the chaos and confusion of Pearson International Airports arrivals lounge, a young boy arrives in Toronto not speaking a word of English. Before the authorities have a chance to intervene, he disappears and an amber alert is issued that reverberates through the city. Meanwhile, the boy finds his way into town, where he bears accidental witness to a mission of two kids to find the infamous Cabbagetown Monster, a budding romance, and an escaped ex-con reconnecting with an old friend. Finally, a once established man fallen from grace and now living on the streets spots the lost boy, but will he be able to convince anyone to listen to him? An engaging tale in the tradition of New York Stories and Paris, Je tAime, Toronto Stories is a feature film in four chapters bound together by one interwoven narrative. The film is written and directed by Aaron Woodley (Rhinoceros Eyes, Tennessee), Sook-Yin Lee (Shortbus, Unlocked), Sudz Sutherland (Doomstown, Love, Sex and Eating the Bones), and David Weaver (Siblings, Century Hotel). Toronto Stories stars Gil Bellows (The Shawshank Redemption, Ally McBeal, Terminal City), Sook-Yin Lee (Shortbus, 3 Needles), Samantha Weinstein (Siblings, Big Girl), Tygh Runyan (Normal, Snakes On A Plane), K.C. Collins (Poor Boys Game, Doomstown), Joris Jarsky (Blindness, The Incredible Hulk), Lisa Ray (Water, Bollywood Hollywood), Carly Pope (Young People F**king, The French Guy), and introduces Toka Murphy as the mysterious lost boy.
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