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Documentaries a Big Story at Sundance

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Documentaries a Big Story at Sundance

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Documentaries a Big Story at Sundance

Documentaries a Big Story at Sundance

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Documentaries are bigger than ever at this year's Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, and many are finding mainstream distributors. Two of the best are about food: I Like Killing Flies — about the battles of an eccentric chef at a small restaurant — and Super Size Me, the tale of a man who ate nothing but fast food for a month. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and New York Times critic Elvis Mitchell.