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Dispatches From Sundance Film Festival 2020: Part 2

Dispatches From Sundance Film Festival 2020: Part 2

Indiewood/Hollywoodn’t film critic Jake Kring-Schreifels is keeping a regular diary over the course of a week at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, and this is his second dispatch. Jake’s giving our IndieNYC website a Sundance first-look, writing about the movies he’s seeing, his observations around Park City and the excitement surrounding another year of new independent cinema. Today’s report includes: Never Rarely Sometimes Always, Eliza Hittman’s new drama; Worth, a Michael Keaton-led legal procedural; Dream Horse, an uplifting racehorse saga; and Promising Young Woman, a feminist revenge thriller starring Carrie Mulligan. See which film Jake calls “the best thing I’ve seen at the festival.” (And look for some movie trailers at the end of this article.)

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