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Toronto Film Review: ' Fading Gigolo' Reviewed at Toronto Film Festival (Special Presentations), Sept. Executive producers, Sasha Shapiro, Anton Lessine, Scott Ferguson, Bart Walker. Maitland; supervising sound editor/re-recording mixer, Skip Lievsay; visual effects supervisors, Eran Dinour, Aaron Raff; visual effects producers, Glenn Allen, Vivian Connolly, Richard Friedlander; visual effects, Brainstorm Digital, Phosphene; stunt coordinator, Victor Paguia; assistant director, Michael Hausman; casting, Todd Thaler.With: John Turturro, Woody Allen, Vanessa Paradis, Liev Schreiber, Sharon Stone, Sofia Vergara, M’Barka Ben Taleb.

As a character actor, he so often plays awkward, but here, his passion wins out. Production: A Millennium Entertainment release of a QED Intl. Produced by Jeffrey Kusama-Hinte, Bill Block, Paul Hanson. Camera (color), Marco Pontecorvo; editor, Simona Paggi; music, Abraham Laboriel, Bill Maxwell; music supervisor, Chris Robertson; production designer, Lester Cohen; art director, Sarah Frank; set decorator, Sheila Bock; costume designer, Donna Zakowska; sound, Tod A.

We don’t always have the same opinions here at The Playlist, and “Racer And The Jailbird” is one such case.

Where Jessica was able to roll with the film’s “drunken romanticism,” when I caught the movie at TIFF I thought it was just plain drunk.

Traces of silliness remain, as when Allen’s old Jewish bookseller, Murray Schwartz, adopts the name “Bongo” as his pimpin’ new street handle, but the pleasant surprise here is how seriously Turturro takes the emotional side of the concept.

In place of broad comedy, the film dares to exclude large swaths of potential audience, its cuckoo idea — defended by Allen’s hilariously pragmatic character at every turn — ending up deeply enmeshed in the Hasidic Jewish tradition, of all places, and a million miles removed from an all-quadrant misfire like “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo.” The approach unfolds as a series of tender surprises, each one making the crazy concept seem that much more human.

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