List: Exceptional Sundance films over 20 years
"The Whole Shootin' Match" (1978) »1 of 11 «
A primitive black-and-white character piece about two small-town Texas rednecks. One of only six films in the first festival's independent competition, and still, arguably, the best example of the competition's spirit and intent.
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