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‘Don’t Worry Darling’ star Harry Styles was soft-spoken while accepting an award for one of his first major movie roles at this year`s Toronto International Film Festival.
According to Variety, Styles, a man of relatively few words, and the cast of My Policeman received the ensemble award at the festivals Tribute Awards on Sunday night. “Thank you so much to everyone here, on behalf of all of us, for this wonderful, wonderful award,” said Styles, who stars in the romantic drama as a police officer. “We all loved working on this film so much. And we hope you enjoy it.” Styles then hastily exited the Fairmont Royal York, where the annual gala is held while carrying the train of his co-star Emma Corin long, black dress.
However, there were enough other A-listers to make the three-hour party lively. Even though the festival is still going on, Toronto conducted its fourth annual tribute awards, honouring stars including Michelle Yeoh, Sam Mendes, Brendan Fraser, and Oscar-winning composer Hildur Gunadottir of Joker, Women Talking, and Tar. Buffy Sainte-Marie, an Oscar-winning composer who received another award that evening, remarked about the need of casting Indigenous people in Indigenous roles.
‘My Policeman’ is set in the 1950s and sees Harry star as policeman Tom, who falls in love with a schoolteacher in Brighton.
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