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Sundance Hard-Sells

Eight films least likely to ignite studio bidding wars at Sundance 2010.

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Eight films least likely to ignite studio bidding wars at Sundance 2010:

8. Me ‘n’ Hitler

7. All Out of Love: The Story of Air Supply

6. A Brief History of Paprika

5. Tyler Perry’s Precious 2

4. Quirky Girl & Introverted Boy Listen to Indie Rock

3. The Erotic Adventures of Karl Rove

2. Quisp: Portrait of a Cereal Killer

1. The ’80s Were Depressing, Unfashionable and Full of Horrible Music Which We’ve Acquired All the Rights to Use

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