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Massachusetts’s ‘Labor Day’ gets Toronto premiere

Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin at the “Labor Day” premiere at the Toronto film festival.

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Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin at the “Labor Day” premiere at the Toronto film festival.

The Massachusetts movie “Labor Day,” based on the novel by New Hampshire author Joyce Maynard, had its big premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival over the weekend. Walking the red carpet were stars Josh Brolin, James Van Der Beek, and Kate Winslet, who filmed the drama in Shelburne, Medway, and Natick last year.

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