This image released by Open Road Films shows Jake Gyllenhaal in a scene from "Nightcrawler." (AP Photo/Open Road Films, Chuck Zlotnick)
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Jake Gyllenhaal becomes a blood-thirsty crime photographer who rushes to scenes of gruesome murders, home invasions and robberies in order to sell the footage to local television stations in "Nightcrawler".The American actor who shot to fame in Ang Lee's epic film "Brokeback Mountain," about two men in love, and reaffirmed his acting chops in last year's "Prisoners" is back at the Toronto International Film Festival this year to promote Dan Gilroy's directorial debut, appearing leaner and meaner.Commenting on the role, Gyllenhaal said he used to cross paths with coyotes growing up in Los Angeles.
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