25 Must-See Movies at Sundance 2015

From hot docs to hilarious cringe-comedies, the festival films to keep an eye out for

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'Listen to Me Marlon'
Courtesy Sundance Film Festival11/25

'Listen to Me Marlon'

He played Mafia dons, dockworkers, sensitive brutes and Superman's dad; now, filmmaker Stephen Riley gives audiences the man himself, Marlon Brando, in his own words. With narration provided by tapes of the actor speaking about fame, his craft, and his eventual hatred of both — as well as, you know, his movies — this doc compiles lots of private footage of the Method man at work and at home. You want Brando Confidential? Fine, you've got it.

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