And there are also expressions of concern being voiced over the Toronto Film Festival’s opening night film, the Journals of Knud Rasmussen. Based, as you might presume, on the journals of 1920s Danish ethnographer Knud Rasmussen and directed by Norman Cohn and Zacharias Kunuk , it’s been described as a portrayal an Innuit shaman and his daughter and about the ravages of change. A Canadian know-it-all is calling it “possibly the most incomprehensible show opener in the history of TIFF…the hix in the stix are gonna hate it.”