25 Movies We Can't Wait to See at Sundance 2016

From a gritty drama about mass shootings to a new doc on Michael Jackson, the fest's can't-miss titles

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What if Carol had been designed as the Platonic Ideal of a Sundance movie? That isn't a question we've ever asked ourselves, necessarily, but we couldn’t be more excited that Treeless Mountain director So Yong Kim has apparently answered it anyway. Riley Keough stars is a lonely young mother whose husband is too busy traveling for work to help her raise their daughter. When her pal swings by for a friendly visit, the women decide to take an impromptu road trip with unspoken romantic detours. Consider this catnip for fans of frustrated desire. DE

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