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Thought I would hunt down and photograph a number of the filming locations used in Atom Egoyan's new Toronto-based movie "Chloe".
Cafe Diplomatico was in the film quite a bit.
My shot of the exterior.
The Rivoli on a Saturday afternoon.
Arch in Yorkville, as well as cabs (!) featured prominently.
I tracked down the arch, never having noticed it before.
Allan Gardens will never be the same again, haha.
Allan Gardens on Saturday.
Heading back to the 'infamous' little planting shed...
HAHA the public isn't allowed back there!
The Windsor Arms.
Leaving concert at the Royal Conservatory.
The Royal Conservatory and Philosopher's Walk.
Being a bit stalker-esque at the ice rink in Riverdale East Park.
The real rink, devoid of ice.
Then there was this fabulous house in the film.
I couldn't find a good movie still of the exterior, but I found a few nice ones online.
A great article about the architecture in this film can be accessed at:
Of course, my walking tour wouldn't have been complete without actually going in person to see the house. So, I spent a bit of time researching online to figure out the address of this house...
... then went to take the last picture for this post!
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Michelle: 10th Apr 2010 - 23:45 GMT
The film pretended that the back of the house was actually the front I think... Couldn't get a shot of the windowed back wall unfortunately though.
Michelle: 20th Jul 2010 - 17:35 GMT
Looks like folks on torontoist were similarly inspired. I got to it sooner though, haha ;-P
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