BEFORE WE look down too mightily on Liberal MP Ruby Dhalla for allegedly not treating her nannies well (“Mad about Ruby Dhalla,” National, May 25), it’s worth noting the Canadian culture she’s a product of. I’ve met plenty of children on the playground attended to by nannies somewhere in the background.
Famous for such classics as The Godfather, The Conversation and Apocalypse Now, Francis Ford Coppola has retreated from Hollywood to make wine—and small, self-financed art films. Coppola’s Tetro, which recently opened the Directors’ Fortnight program in Cannes, is the story of an American teenager who reunites with his estranged brother (Vincent Gallo) in Buenos Aires, steals his Gothic memoir of their showbiz family, and turns it into a sensational play.By Brian D. Johnson9 min
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