Melanie Lynskey in a scene from Macon Blair’s "I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore."
Photo courtesy of the Sundance Institute
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"I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore," a movie long on ambition and longer in title, came away with the top prize as the Sundance Film Festival this weekend. Best film prizes in the festival's two foreign language categories – for fiction and documentary – tell stories from the Middle East. It won the grand jury prize in Sundance's U.S. Dramatic Competition section.Many critics have pointed out that this year's festival was more overtly political than in previous years.Last year, the crop of movies shown at the festival yielded "Manchester by the Sea," which is up for six Oscars next month, including best picture and best actor for its star Casey Affleck.
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