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What to watch: our favorite movies of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival


For its 30th anniversary year, the film festival debuted an incredibly diverse selection of titles, ranging from the funny to the violent to the just outright odd. Richard Linklater’s film covers the evolution of a family by catching up with them at annual intervals over the course of 12 years. Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette are remarkable as two divorced parents, but it’s the work of Ellar Coltrane — who grows from a six-year-old to a high-school grad before our eyes — that will really stick with you. Justin Simien’s first feature film will knock you out: it’s a deliciously layered portrait of love and identity politics on a fictional Ivy League campus.

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