If you’ve already seen “Deliverance,” “Funny Games,” and “Chinatown” then you know what’s ahead.
The Sundance Film Festival has been an annual haven for some of cinema’s most controversial entries for decades. From “Catfish” to “Kids,” here are the movies that set tongues wagging.
To say that Gasper Noe’s “psychedelic melodrama” ENTER THE VOID premiered to a divisive audience is putting it lightly. Reactions to the film when it first screened at Cannes in 2009 were polarized, but the nomination for the Palm d’Or gave Noe the energy to continue editing and release a final, shorter, version at Sundance…