10 Best Movies We Saw at Toronto Film Festival 2016

A modern musical, a First Lady biopic, a gunfire free-for-all and the glory that is 'Moonlight' — our picks for the best of the 2016 fest

'After Love'

Belgian director Joachim Lafosse (Our Children) riffs on Bergman's Scenes From a Marriage — only he drops viewers into the union of a former architect-turned-house-restoration-expert (Cédric Kahn) and his stay-at-home wife (The Artist's Bérénice Bejo) that's already been rent asunder. Fights over the kids, the house, her well-to-do background and his gambling problem dominate the conversation, and don't even get us started on that singularly uncomfortable dinner-party sequence. But Lafosse and his leads also let you see why these two people feel in love in the first place, even as they tear into each other like cats in a bag. See it with someone you loathe. DF