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    world premiere of David Von Ancken's "Seraphim Falls" at Elgin theatre as part of Toronto International Film Festival

    malconsidine, John Goldsmith, and 54 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. matthew.clifford 93 months ago | reply

      Holy crap, this is great.

    2. S. Asadi 93 months ago | reply

      the wrinkles have stories...

    3. zazie_ 93 months ago | reply

      a great man! i love his face!

    4. YenC 93 months ago | reply

      Nice photo!

    5. Auntie K 93 months ago | reply

      What a face! Wonderful photo - love the exposure! You sure have a steady hand.

    6. Siebbi 93 months ago | reply

      Man this is awysome! Great portrait! Great Liam!

    7. 45street | www.victorpuig.com 93 months ago | reply

      Excellent portrait. Fantastic back-ground black.

    8. Emma McIntaggart 93 months ago | reply

      Schindler's List is the best movie.. ever!

    9. conmike12 93 months ago | reply

      Excellent shot

    10. phantom kitty 93 months ago | reply

      --wow--
      love your photo blog too! i check it all the time...keep doing what you're doing, sam...

    11. elizdolphin 92 months ago | reply

      be still my heart.... great profile!

    12. FerneMillen [deleted] 89 months ago | reply

      I like this profile. The tones are terrific.

    13. MAKE recycled craft workshop 86 months ago | reply

      that is one wonderful photo - thanks for making my day

    14. MissyV110 80 months ago | reply

      wow, you have some of the BEST Tiff shots I've seen anywhere. Absolutely beautiful work. Bravo!

      Maybe next year I'll venture into the fray. For now, I'll hide out at the Scarborough Bluffs and watch the leaves change.

      Again, congrats on a beautiful set of images. Your talent is inspiring.

    15. gaz_gibbs 69 months ago | reply

      fantastic shot dude.
      i'm here via your 'daily dose of...' website.

    16. edelgirl 64 months ago | reply

      Great photo.

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