Every artsy young man goes through his Beat period—the moment when he discovers the work of Allen Ginsberg and his fellow travelers, then experiences epiphany. But Daniel Radcliffe might be the only young man whose Beat period was also research for a movie role.
The film stars Daniel Radcliffe in a career-redefining performance as the college-age Ginsberg; casting director Laura Rosenthal filled the screen around him with unfamiliar faces and used the faces of familiar actors in unfamiliar ways.
From “12 Years a Slave” to “Gravity,” from “Inside Llewyn Davis” to “Her,” this year’s Oscars race is between the past and the future.
This year’s Toronto Film Fest is enough to enthuse the most hardened cinephile. Here are our can’t-miss picks.
Our first day of Sundance found us going to parties, having dinners, and seeing flicks such as "Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes" and Daniel Radcliffe in "Kill Your Darlings."