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Familiar backdrop, and a fresh start for Sundance

Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the deranged title role for “Hesher,’’ which did not to live up to its pre-Sundance billing. Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the deranged title role for “Hesher,’’ which did not to live up to its pre-Sundance billing. (Sundance Film Festival)
By Wesley Morris
Globe Staff / January 25, 2010

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PARK CITY, Utah - The snow has returned to this ski town just as the film festival it hosts has returned to its roots. Again. Every couple of years the folks at Sundance implicitly accept the fact that this festival has gotten away from itself and promotes the idea that it’s not just a market for hit-hungry studio executives but, ... (Full article: 932 words)

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