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The Greatest Show on Earth: Recap of the 2017 Telluride Film Festival

Ah, the Show. At the beginning, greedily, you want to see everything. At the end, you tot up your totals—16 films over 4 days, with not one you wished you hadn’t seen, and several movies that you actually loved—and you still feel greedy for more. There are at least half-a-dozen other films you tried to stuff into your already overstuffed schedule, and wonder when you can get to see them IRL (in reel life).
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