Sundance Film Festival 2007

From The Sundance Collection takes a retrospective look at two seminal films from the past.

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River's Edge (Country: US; Year: 1986; Director: Tim Hunter; Writer: Neal Jimenez; Stars: Crispin Glover, Keanu Reeves, Ione Skye, Daniel Roebuck, Dennis Hopper, Joshua John Miller, )
A tight-knit group of high school slackers struggle to reconcile friendship and responsibility when one of them kills his girlfriend in this disturbing portrait of moral ambivalence and alienated youth in small town America.
X: The Unheard Music (Country: US; Year: 1986; Director: WT Morgan; Writer: Christopher Blakely, Alizabeth Foley, Everett Greaton, WT Morgan; Stars: John Doe, Exene Cervenka, Billy Zoom, D.J. Bonebrake, Ray Manzarek, Rodney Bingenheimer, Brendan Mullen, Frank Gargani, Alizabeth Foley, Denise Zoom, Diana Bonebrake)
A rarely seen documentary that explores the music and musicians of the early 1980s LA punk band X, as well as the underground music scene of the time, the foibles of the music industry, and the "unheard music" of American culture in the 1980s.
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