Jennifer Garner looked radiant at the world premiere of her new film Wakefield at the Toronto Film Festival on Tuesday.
The 44-year-old actress looked stylish in a black dress with embellished blue and green prints, as she flashed her megawatt smile.
The film centers on Howard Wakefield’s (Bryan Cranston) nervous breakdown, which causes him to leave his wife, Diana (Garner), and live in his attic for several months, where he secretly observes his family and neighbors.
“You’re not experiencing these scenes with me, you’re watching me from Howard, my husband’s, point of view,” she told The Hollywood Reporter. “You watch me deal with the kids and then you watch us start to heal.”
Wakefield was written and directed by Robin Swicord, who previously earned an Oscar nomination for her screenplay The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
The film debuted in the United States at the Telluride Film Festival on Sept. 2.