Variety‘s Anne Thompson, one of those who declared last May that Steven Soderbergh‘s Che was a problem movie because it lacked story tension and movie moments, has written about how the forthcoming New York Film Festival showings may “provide a fresh opportunity for an iconic Argentine revolutionary to find new life on American shores.” The two-part epic, which I saw and loved for the second time in Toronto, is now twelve minutes shorter than the version that played in Cannes.