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Screens and Stars Glow at Sundance

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Screens and Stars Glow at Sundance

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Screens and Stars Glow at Sundance

Screens and Stars Glow at Sundance

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This year's Sundance Film Festival has been a haven for stars — and those who would like to be stars. Critic-at-large John Powers discusses the festival's scene — and its movies. Among the standouts: Wrist Cutters: A Love Story and Old Joy.

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