European Directors Turn Cameras to America This year's Toronto Film Festival showcased a number of new movies by European directors looking at America three years after Sept. 11. Sally Potter made Yes about a failed love affair between a Middle Eastern man and an American woman. Alfonso Cuaron, who directed the last Harry Potter picture, produced two films that deal with America today. David D'Arcy reports.
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This year's Toronto Film Festival showcased a number of new movies by European directors looking at America three years after Sept. 11. Sally Potter made Yes about a failed love affair between a Middle Eastern man and an American woman. Alfonso Cuaron, who directed the last Harry Potter picture, produced two films that deal with America today. David D'Arcy reports.