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What to Watch in October: Sarah Silverman Leads a Double Life in 'I Smile Back'
A pair of Sundance breakout films coming to theaters in October examine the disparate but mesmerizing charades carried out by their subjects. In the documentary (T)ERROR, cameras infiltrate a real life counterterrorism sting carried out by a veteran FBI informant, and in I Smile Back, Sarah Silverman secretly inhabits a world of compulsion and duplicity that belies her idyllic family life.
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'Finders Keepers,' Losers Weepers: The Battle Over a Human Limb
The story of Finders Keepers, a rollicking and sneakily emotional film that screened as part of U.S. Documentary Competition at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, is almost too good to be true. But as the filmmakers said after the film’s world premiere, they could never have predicted what unfolded—or that it would take six years for them to follow it.