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What to Watch in October: Sarah Silverman Leads a Double Life in ‘I Smile Back’

I Smile Back

Nate von Zumwalt

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. Check out all that October has to offer below.

IN THEATERS

Friday, October 2

Partisan, directed by Ariel Kleiman

Wednesday, October 7

The Forbidden Roomdirected by Guy Maddin and Evan Johnson

(T)ERRORdirected by Lyric R. Cabral and David Felix Sutcliffe

 

Friday, October 9

Knock Knockdirected by Eli Roth

Friday, October 16

The Russian Woodpeckerdirected by Chad Gracia

Experimenterdirected by Michael Almereyda 

The Bronze, directed by Bryan Buckley

Friday, October 23

I Smile Back, directed by Adam Salky

 

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Who Was… Mark Silverman?

Mark Silverman allied himself with the Coen brothers early in his and their careers. Here, he works as co-producer on the set of “Raising Arizona.”

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