The Weinstein romantic comedy formerly known as "Can a Song Save Your Life?" aka the better title
The last minute title change to Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo's indie "Can a Song Save Your Life?" to "Begin Again" is nothing new. Here...
The film, which sold for around $7 million in Toronto, is now called "Begin Again"
The '80s-set movie is an autobiographical project for Carney, who last directed the hit Toronto title "Can a Song Save Your Life?"
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Weinstein catches biggest fish in festival feeding frenzy while A24, Open Road also bag multiple movies in Canada's new title-town
TIFF 2013 has brought strong movies (that's good), huge crowds (that's bad) and big money (for some)
John Carney's musical film prompted the festival's biggest bidding war, and for their money the Weinstein Company bought themselves a warm, funny crowd-pleaser