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Leo’s film shines at Toronto fest

  “We’re born with our hands full. That’s why as newborn babies, we clench our fists: because we have the best gifts we could ever wish for — innocence, curiosity, a will to live. But then, they bring us up to be God-fearing. So, we can’t blame ourselves for fearing everything else as well.” So the voiceover intones at the end of Edoardo Leo’s “Noi e La Giulia,” a hilarious, thought-provoking trip that begins when you wake up one day over the age of 40 and realize that you don’t have a whole lot in life to account for. “You …

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