James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain play a couple in their unique new movie, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby. The story is told in two distinct films — one from his character's perspective and one from hers. James joked with us at the film's Toronto International Film Festival premiere, saying he didn't realize he'd signed on for a double feature and that when he did hear the movie was in two parts, he thought it was a mistake. Meanwhile, Jessica told us the story says a lot about how women and men take different views of the same situations.
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