Toronto Film Festival 2017: 30 Movies We Can't Wait to See

From Oscar potentials to Lady Gaga and Grace Jones docs and a secret Louis C.K. movie, our must-see picks for the fest

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Experiential documentarians Véréna Paravel and Lucien Castaing-Taylor have trained their cameras on East Coast fishermen, Middle-American shepherds and Queens, NY, junkyards – now they turn their attention to a Japanese cannibal. Issei Sagawa was convicted for murdering and, yes, eating a Dutch student in 1981; after suffering a stroke, he's now partially paralyzed and willing to talk about his crime, his food critic aspirations (no, really) and per the press notes, his "dabbling in porn films." Fascinating doesn't begin to describe this impressionistic portrait; neither does disturbing as hell. 

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