Slamdance Reviews: "Red Without Blue," "Bad Boys of Summer," "The Saddest Boy In the World"
Sundance isn't Park City's only first-class film festival. While the films may be smaller at Slamdance, there are still plenty of goodies to be found. Here are short reviews of "Red Without Blue," a wrenching but ultimately hopeful family portrait; "The Bad Boys of Summer," a remarkable doc about a prison baseball team; and "The Saddest Boy in the World," a witty, visually stunning short. Back to Article