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Toronto, May 9 (Canadian-Media): Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) Stay-at-Home Cinema, screening on Crave, shares the magic of filmgoing, together at home, TIFF reports said.
All Stay-at-Home Cinema virtual Q&As will now stream simultaneously on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and tiff.net/stayathome.
TIFF' s Bridesmaids, which was featured May 9 celebrates the union of gross-out and feminist humour in Paul Feig’s frenemy farce.
Bridesmaids. Image credit: TIFF2020
Cameron Bailey's chat with director on our livestreams is shown below:
Produced by bromance impresario Judd Apatow and co-written by star and SNL MVP Wiig, Bridesmaids offers a womanly role of boy-centric likes of The Hangover, matching them for rudeness, crudeness, and vulgarity. There is also a portrayal of vulnerability and genuine emotional resonance to the irrelevant happenings.
The plot of the story is the unemployed and romantically challenged pastry chef Annie (Kristen Wiig)'s determination to be the perfect maid of honour for her Best Friend for Ever (BFF) Lillian (Maya Rudolph).
But Lillian’s wealthy future sister-in-law Helen (Rose Byrne) is her tough competitor for bridal-party supremacy.
She also faces a challenge wrangling the rest of the group, including the sexually and gastronomically ravenous Megan (Melissa McCarthy).
Bridesmaids blends bad taste and good humour with a wholly believable, often very touching emotional trend centered around the comic performances.
(Reporting by Asha Bajaj)