IN BRUGES, the opening night film for this year’s Sundance Film Festival, played to two packed houses at the Eccles Theater last night. In some ways, a film made by the Irish playwright Martin McDonagh about hit men in an old Belgium town might seem to set an incongruous note for America’s premier independent film festival. But the rough and tumble play of blazing guns, high-swearing dialogue and squirting blood pays a worthy tribute to how Sundance and its filmmakers — such as, indie action directors like Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino – have influenced global culture.
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|Wed., Jul. 8|
|2:15 AM ET||The Outlaw Josey Wales|
|5:15 AM ET||Girl With a Pearl Earring|
|7:15 AM ET||In the Line of Fire|
|10:00 AM ET||Two for the Money|
|12:30 PM ET||The Outlaw Josey Wales|
|3:30 PM ET||Pale Rider|
|6:00 PM ET||Tenderness|
|8:15 PM ET||The Manchurian Candidate|
|11:00 PM ET||Deutschland 83|