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Sundance 2014: Highs and Not so highs

  • By Anthony Kaufman
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  • January 22, 2014 8:46 PM
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A funny, perhaps Freudian slip occurred while I was putting together a list of my favorite and not so favorite films from Sundance 2014. I wrote the title "Love is Violence," an accidentally amalgam of two of the most memorable (and very different) movies from the festival, Ira Sachs' lovely and intimate multi-generational drama "Love is Strange" and Goran Olsson's "Concerning Violence," a found-footage stunner that focuses on the colonization of Africa and the process of decolonization in the 1960s and 1970s. 'Love is violence'--now that's a movie I'd like to see. At last count, I saw about 20 movies from Sundance 2014.

Is "The Green Prince" this year's "Searching for Sugar Man"?

  • By Anthony Kaufman
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  • January 17, 2014 3:15 PM
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"The Green Prince," which premiered at Sundance on Friday night, is poised to become this year's "Searching for Sugar Man." While the film's subject, about a Palestinian son of a Hamas leader who became a spy for Israeli's Shin Bet security service, sounds closer to another 2012 documentary hit "The Gatekeepers," the new movie is far more humanistic than its political logline suggests.

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