The Toronto International Film Festival holds a special place for Robert Redford — Redford the filmmaker that is, not the actor, entrepreneur, man behind his own monster festival in Sundance. Each time, the invitation to bring a film to Toronto has come as an unexpected gift. In 1992, his poetic drama of brothers and fly fishing, “A River Runs Through It,” was embraced by the city’s film-loving crowd, which helped quell studio nerves about its languid pacing.
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