The Central Canada Film Group is presenting the Toronto International Film Festival film Puzzle tonight. The group’s Tom Heine says it’s a story about how one event can change a life. He explains it’s a house wife who has completely committed herself to her family and basically that is her life until she starts playing a puzzle and it opens up a lot of other aspects of her personality. He adds it’s a real feel good movie and basically it’s kind of a metaphor for our own lives which are essentially jigsaw puzzles that we try to get together in the right way.
Puzzle will be shown tonight at 7:30 in the Hapnot Collegiate Theatre. Because this is a Toronto International Film Festival film admission will be ten dollars.