Sound On Sight Radio Rewind: #160 – The Trotsky

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The Festival de Nouveau Cinéma has begun in earnest, and nobody is more excited than we are. In this hour, Mariko, Al and Simon take on a few of the fest’s initial offerings, including the widely praised and Nick Hornby-penned An Education, which is widely considered an Oscar fruntrunner – call it the Atonement slot. We’ll also take a look at Canadian offerings Leslie, My Name Is Evil, a fictionalized take on the Manson family trial, and The Trotsky, a Montreal-set comedy starring Knocked Up‘s Jay Baruchel as a young man who believes himself to be the reincarnation of Leon Trotsky.

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