James Gandolfini's last film, 'Enough Said,' dedicated to late star at TIFF 2013

james-gandolfini-julia-louis-dreyfus-enough-said.jpgBefore his passing earlier this year, James Gandolfini made Nicole Holofcener's "Enough Said," starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Eva, a divorced woman who finds a second chance at love with Gandolfini's Albert. The movie also stars Toni Collette, Catherine Keener and Ben Falcone.

In introducing the film at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, the Los Angeles Times reports that Holofcener ended the cast introductions with one line -- the most beautiful of them wasn't with us, which was met with a round of applause.

LAT also writes that Gandolfini's turn is especially bittersweet because he's so much like the real-life actor -- worries about his weight but loves food, a big guy who is easily wounded, a romantic at heart. The LAT critic writes that he's "a guy you would like to spend time with."

When the film is over, a black and white title card appears on screen before the credits roll and it simply says, "For Jim."
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