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Sundance 2012: Locals Best Bets 1/23

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Romance -- for better and for worse -- heads the list of top picks for Salt Lake City Sundancers. ---

The gem of the early evening slot is writer/director Jonathan Kasdan's charming teen-romantic comedy The First Time. When your festival experience is often full of depressing documentaries and edgy dramas, something this effervescent provides a nice palate-cleanser.