Peter Sarsgaard promotes ‘An Education’

"At Sundance, you see industry people you know at screenings," says Peter Sarsgaard. "But in Toronto, there's a di verse group of local moviegoers, so it's a more accurate barometer of how a movie is going to play to the general audience."

He's among a raft of stars at the Toronto International Film Festival, which begins its 10-day run today in Canada.

Others set to join him include George Clooney, Megan Fox, Penelope Cruz, Nicolas Cage, Matt Damon, Colin Farrell, Bill Murray, Drew Barrymore, Demi Moore, Michael Cera, Viggo Mortensen, Clive Owen, Michael Caine, Edward Norton and Jennifer Connelly. 

Newcomer Carey Mulligan latches onto Peter Sarsgaard in

Newcomer Carey Mulligan latches onto Peter Sarsgaard in "An Education," set in pre-mod London.

Sarsgaard is representing "An Education," in which he plays a charming 30-something con man who seduces a 16-year-old schoolgirl in 1961 London. Directed by Denmark's Lone Scherfig and adapted by novelist Nick Hornsby from Lynn Barber's memoir, the movie opens in New York on Oct. 9. 


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