Documentary based on "Pink Ribbons, Inc." to show at Toronto International Film Festival

By Melissa Leong
National Post

What could be more Canadian than a hockey drama set in an Indo-Canadian community?

Among the Canadian films to be featured at the Toronto International Film Fest is Breakaway, Robert Lieberman’s movie about an all-Sikh hockey team starring comedian Russell Peters and actor Robe Lowe. In it, Anupam Kher who in 2002 played a London father with a soccer-playing daughter in Bend It Like Beckham, now plays a Toronto-area father with a hockey-playing son. ...

Pink Ribbons, Inc: Award-winning Quebec filmmaker Lea Pool examines how the reality of breast cancer has become obfuscated by a pink story of success that marketing experts have labeled a “dream cause.”

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