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"No Country for Old Men" again strove as the big winner, scoring four honor in total, including the Best Picture.
The piece contains some comedic shots as well as footage showing off the special effects from the movie.
Scoring big was Fox Searchlight's "Juno" with three major prizes that included the Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical.
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The New Line Cinema release, however, fared below the studio's expectation of $30-40 million haul.
Big winner was Coen Brothers' "No Country for Old Men" which took up four kudos that included top prize Best Film.
Pic's lead actor George Clooney managed to come for the event alongside current girlfriend Sarah Larson despite the injuries they had from a recent motorcycle accident.
Most movies screened will be new Hollywood productions like "Death at a Funeral", "The Heartbreak Kid", "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead", and "Gone Baby Gone."
Upcoming movies like The Darjeeling Limited, Sleuth, and Redacted are rounding out the In Competition slot to compete for the Golden Lion.
Political thriller "Rendition" and other seven film features have been submitted into the list of movies screened at the 2007 Toronto International Film Fest.
Tom Wilkinson, Tilda Swinton and Sydney Pollack have joined George Clooney in the independent legal thriller Michael Clayton