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Sundance 2012 Reviews: Batch 1



Here's a look at all the Sundance 2012 films we've had a chance to review over the first day and a half. ---

The Law in These Parts (World Documentary)

The Queen of Versailles (U.S. Documentary)

The D Word: Understanding Dyslexia (Documentary Premiere)

Middle of Nowhere (U.S. Dramatic)

Hello I Must Be Going (U.S. Dramatic)

West of Memphis (Documentary Premiere)

California Solo (Premiere)

Elena (World Dramatic)

The Ambassador (World Documentary)

I Am Not a Hipster (NEXT)

Wish You Were Here (World Dramatic)