What Richard Did

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Director
Lenny Abrahamson
Runtime
1 h 27 min
Release Date
9 September 2012
Genres
Drama
Overview
What Richard Did is a striking portrait of the fall of a Dublin golden-boy and high school rugby star whose world unravels one summer night.
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  • Toronto 2012 capsules — Day 4
    LOIN DU VIETNAM (Alain Resnais, William Klein, Joris Ivens, Agnes Varda, Claude Lelouch, Jean-Luc Godard and Chris Marker; France; 1967; 4) I don’t know why people thought this film would play as uniquely horrible to me; I’ve seen far worse than this in the field of pinko propaganda documentaries. But I’ll go out on a […]
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  • By Popular Demand … OK by the demand of one taffy
    (”What Richard Did” is briefly mentioned in this.)

    By Popular Demand … OK by the demand of one taffy

    After persistent heckling for one of the two cinephile Dan Owens I know, here is my annual “What I am seeing at Toronto this year” post. Though I regret to inform Alex Fung that his annually awaited “Canadian bilingualism, c’est le suck” rant, which he says marks the start of TIFF, is still to come. This is being posted using my work laptop Mac in Cincinnati airport (yeah … Washington to Toronto via Cincinnati … cheapness trumps geography and geometry) while I am traveling on a *US* airline (Delta) rather than that prisoner of sensitivities to frogdom [Victor looks up how you say “Air Canada” in French … oh … wow] Air Canada. So not yet, Alex … coming soon.

    Anyhoo … as always, this schedule is subject to change depending on buzz. There is also one time, the first Saturday morning, where I know I’ll have to sacrifice at least one of a cluster of three films, and buzz will determine what I do (though given commercial release patterns, I’m likeliest to skip ARGO). I also quickly reconciled myself to not seeing Paul Thomas Anderson’s THE MASTER — the screening I wanted to go to was sold out, and it will have a week-long run in 70mm in Washington, so I didn’t try too hard to juggle things around. The absence of the new Leos Carax and Alain Resnais films — THAT I haven’t quite gotten over yet.

    Thu 6 Sept.

    Noon SANS SOLEIL (Chris Marker, France, 1982) Jackman Hall
    615pm TABU (Miguel Gomes, Portugal) Lightbox 1

    Fri 7 Sept.

    Noon RUST AND BONE (Jacques Audiard, France) Ryerson
    315pm THE GREAT KILAPY (Zeze Gamboa, Angola) Cineplex 2
    600pm THE PERVERT’S GUIDE TO IDEOLOGY (Sophie Fiennes / Slavoj Zizek, Britain) Isabel Bader
    930pm FRANCES HA (Noah Baumbach, USA) Ryerson

    Sat 8 Sept.

    930am ME AND YOU (Bernardo Bertolucci, Italy) Cineplex 2
    1100am ARGO (Ben Affleck, USA) Elgin Theatre
    1245pm WHAT MAISIE KNEW (Scott McGahee and David Siegel, USA) Lightbox 1
    600pm AMOUR (Michael Haneke, France) Elgin Theatre
    900pm SOMETHING IN THE AIR (Olivier Assayas, France) Elgin Theatre

    Sun 9 Sept.

    1130am LOIN DU VIETNAM (a buncha commies, Frogland, 1967) Lightbox 3
    300pm ERNEST AND CELESTINE (Benjamin Renner, Vincent Patar, Stéphane Aubier, Belgium) Cineplex 6
    615pm THY WOMB (Brillante Mendoza, Philippines) Cineplex 9
    945pm WHAT RICHARD DID (Lenny Abrahamson, Ireland) Scotiabank 2

    Mon 10 Sept.

    900am THE ACT OF KILLING (Joshua Oppenheimer, Christine Cynn, Anonymous, Indonesia) Bloor
    noon AT ANY PRICE (Ramin Bahrani, USA) Ryerson
    300pm EVERYDAY (Michael Winterbottom, Britain) Cineplex 7
    545pm FOXFIRE: CONFESSIONS OF A GIRL GANG (Laurent Cantet, Canada/France) Ryerson
    900pm THE CLOUD-CAPPED STAR (Ritwik Ghatak, India, 1960) Lightbox 4

    Tue 11 Sept.

    1100am BYZANTIUM (Neil Jordan, Britain) Elgin Theater
    300pm NO (Pablo Larrain, Chile) Bloor
    600pm MUSHROOMING (Toomas Hussar, Estonia) Cineplex 5
    800pm PASSION (Brian DePalma, USA) Winter Garden Theatre
    1000pm ARTHUR NEWMAN (Dante Ariola, USA) Scotiabank 1

    Wed 12 Sept.

    1100am GREAT EXPECTATIONS (Mike Newell, Britain) Elgin Theater
    345pm IN THE HOUSE (Francois Ozon, France) Lightbox 1
    645pm REALITY (Matteo Garrone, Italy) Lightbox 1
    930pm BEYOND THE HILLS (Cristian Mungiu, Romania) Scotiabank 3

    Thu 13 Sept.

    115pm POST TENEBRAS LUX (Carlos Reygadas, Mexico) Lightbox 3
    330pm CAUGHT IN THE WEB (Chen Kaige, China) Lightbox 1
    600pm BARBARA (Christian Petzold, Germany) Ryerson
    900pm CAMP 14: TOTAL CONTROL ZONE (Marc Wiese, Germany) Lightbox 2

    Fri 14 Sept.

    915am IN THE FOG (Sergei Loznitza, Russia) Lightbox 2
    1130am JAYNE MANSFIELD’S CAR (Billy Bob Thornton, USA) Ryerson
    415pm PIETA (Kim Ki-duk, South Korea) Scotiabank 9
    630pm IN ANOTHER COUNTRY (Hong Sang-soo, South Korea) Scotiabank 1
    845pm IN THE NAME OF LOVE (Luu Huynh, Vietnam) Cineplex 2

    Sat 15 Sept.

    900am KEY OF LIFE (Kenji Uchida, Japan) Scotiabank 11
    1230pm CLANDESTINE CHILDHOOD (Benjamin Avila, Argentina) Cineplex 3
    400pm BIG IN VIETNAM (Mati Diop, France) and MEKONG HOTEL (“Joe,” Thailand) Cineplex 9
    545pm ROOM 237 (Rodney Ascher, USA) Cineplex 2
    915pm NIGHT ACROSS THE STREET (Raul Ruiz, Chile) Lightbox 4
    midnight JOHN DIES AT THE END (Don Coscarelli, USA) Ryerson

    Sun 16 Sept.

    1230pm THE SUICIDE SHOP (Patrice Leconte, France) Scotiabank 2
    345pm ZAYTOUN (Eran Riklis, Israel) Lightbox 2
    615pm DORMANT BEAUTY (Marco Bellocchio, Italy) Scotiabank 4
    945pm TO THE WONDER (Terence Malick, USA) Lightbox 1

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