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2013 Toronto International Film Festival - Grey Goose vodka Party For "Can A Song Save Your Life" with The Bay

The buzz from the Toronto International Film Festival  is ALL about the new Keira Knightley film, which had audiences on it’s feet at the screening. The Synopsis : Mark Ruffalo plays a drunken, down-on-his-luck record exec and Knightley the singer Greta. Surprise, surprise, Keira can really sing.

Keira’s character has come to New York with her very successful boyfriend , played by real life singer Adam Levine, who plays the smug, philandering part with ease. We’ll let you figure out the rest of plot, which you can see coming from a mile away. Still, the film is worth seeing for the performances and the singing, which writer-director John Carney recorded without the aid of a professional studio.

“All we need is a laptop, Pro Tools and a couple of dynamic mics,” he explained at the press conference. As a member of the Irish band the Frames, Carney knows of what he speaks, lending the film a air of authenticity.

We caught up with the stars of the film at a crew dinner at a Patria, a Spanish restaurant in downtown Toronto, where guests were treated to Grey Goose Le Fizz magnums throughout the night, making everyone more festive.


This just in: we hear movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has snapped up the distribution rights for the movie.

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Evan Hosie has worked as a Women's Lifestyle editor/writer (expert in the beauty and fashion vertical); created the Pop Culture section for; never met a gadget she didn't want; and spends too much time on Social Media.

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