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The Toronto International Film Festival opened its 40th year with a gala double feature of Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Moore.Filmed clandestinely, Moore's first film in six years wasn't known to exist until its Toronto debut was announced last month.Of the two, Moore's documentary held more surprises. While it had been expected to be an investigation of the American military industrial complex, Moore does the invading in the film himself, traveling to other countries (mostly in Europe) to find "America's soul". In "Demolition," the festival's official opener, Gyllenhaal stars as a New York investment banker who unravels after his wife is killed in a car accident. The movie is comic, and gleefully follows its protagonist's unhinging as he refuses to mourn.
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