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Toronto Film Review: 'An Eye for Beauty'

LOS ANGELES ( - It's been a decade since Denys Arcand became the first French-Canadian director to win an Oscar for foreign-language film with his still-potent "The Barbarian Invasions," but watching his latest, "An Eye for Beauty," it feels like it's been much longer. , this purported romantic comedy-drama contains little of the three, at best serving as a sort of extended L.L. Bean advertisement, full of fabulously shot footage of Eastern Canadian vistas and the well-dressed rustic yuppies who live there. Pic should be a tough sell outside Quebec. Our allegedly sympathetic protagonist, Luc (Eric Bruneau), is a wealthy, renowned thirtysomething...