Years after a school shooting, the parents of a victim and the perpetrator meet. Jason Isaacs plays the father of the victim.
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No Sundance Awards for Mass
That was a shock. I can't believe enough attendants were not moved by it and their performances.
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I haven't seen it, but still think they deserved at least one award.
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Sundance looks like they have a lot of awards but half of them are for foreign and half of the remainder are for non-fiction and shorts. So there are not that many awards for a dramatic film and a film called CODA won a lot of them (Children of Deaf Adults). Not having seen the other films that won I can’t make a statement that Mass was robbed. It sounds like there were some very good films shown this year.
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i still have great hopes for Mass. Sundance I thought was more about getting a buzz rather than awards. I thought Cannes, Berlin and the BAFTA's are where the momentum starts.