Nicole Holofcener's new romantic comedy ENOUGH SAID had a stellar weekend at the Toronto International Film Festival, where Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Catherine Keener, Toni Collette, Tavi Gevinson, Eve Hewson and Tracey Fairaway were all in attendance. The premiere went on without a hitch, with all present touching upon the passing of James Gandolfini, who plays the male lead in the film. Vulture were there for the emotional Q&A, which made the evening all that more heartbreakingly special.

And with that, the reviews began to pour in! Lou Lumenick from The New York post raved: "James Gandolfini shines [...] a ruefully funny comedy." The Hollywood Reporter went even further, saying "Louis-Dreyfus energetically carries the film with an animated performance that endearingly embraces Eva’s foibles [...] Gandolfini is quite wonderful playing a mensch with plenty of faults but an honest, relaxed, slyly funny guy who’s reassuring to be around." John Anderson from Indiewire marvels at both leads, and states: "At no time does the film not feel fresh, thanks to Holofcener’ gifts as a comedy director."


Here's director Nicole Holofcener arriving at the world premiere of ENOUGH SAID:


And two of its stars, Toni Collette (also in Searhclight classics LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE and THE WAY WAY BACK!) and Julia Louis-Dreyfus backstage:


Wunderkind Tavi Gevinson plays a friend of Julia's teenage daughter who she becomes attached to. Here she is striking a pose on the carpet:


And the full cast of lovely ladies right before presenting the film to a packed audience!


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