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Sundance Film Festival - 10 Most Anticipated Films (2015) Film Festival Video HD

We count down our most anticipated films screening at Sundance this year.

Check out our 2015 Sundance Film Festival Playlist:

10. Don Verdeen
9. Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief
8. The Nightmare
7. Entertainment
6. Slow West
5. Knock Knock
4. Strangerland
3. Last Days in the Desert
2. Z for Zachariah
1. The Forbidden Room

Music Credit:
"Soft Place" by Quiet 1
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Comments 24 Comments

Slow West was a great movie. i highly recommend it if you like westerns.
_dnimfoetats _
I hear Lubezki I wach the film
Edu T.
why do not exist trailer of "last days in the desert"?
when will be list for 2016? :)
Greg Lexen
me earl and the dying girl was the best movie from 2015
Anthony Pressley
Gotham Chandna
Turbo kid was awesome and Knock Knock!
Where's turbo kid
Grae di Angelo
I can hear you, Percy Jackson.
Gunnhild Edwards
I'm excited for Tangerine and that's it. These films look boring except the documentary about Scientology. The rest is just blah.
Knock knock ❤👏
Beck Broadfoot
Z for Zachara
Read it in primary school
Can't wait
And the winner Tangerine
Katie Murphy
montage of heck!
Are we forgeting Montage of Heck?!
Jody Mead
I drive for Lyft and drove the actress that starred in Dog Bowl. I've tried to look it up, has anyone seen it?
Katherine Jaconello
Another misinformed, slanted, hard-boiled and cynical movie about Scientology? How dreary.
Guillermo Bosque
The fuck? Where's It Follows?
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Last Days in the Desert Official Sundance Film Festival - 10 Most 2 months ago   01:45

Watch the new movie trailer for Last Days in the Desert, starring Ewan McGregor. Last Days in the Desert is now available on DVD and Digital HD.

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Ewan McGregor is Jesus—and the Devil—in an imagined chapter from his 40 days of fasting and praying in the desert. On his way out of the wilderness, Jesus struggles with the Devil over the fate of a family in crisis, setting for himself a dramatic test.

Yeshua (the Hebrew pronunciation of Jesus) has been wandering the desert, fasting and praying, but he has not always been alone—the Devil has occasionally shown up to taunt him, appearing to Yeshua in his own guise. Now, in the last days of his trek, the holy man encounters a family: a 16-year-old boy, his 60-something father and his dying mother, who is in her 30s. Yeshua learns that the boy and the man are building a stone structure a few yards from the family tent and, once completed, the dwelling is to be the boy’s—his father has decreed that he will live nearby and carry on the family work. When Yeshua tells the boy that he is headed for Jerusalem, the youth confesses that he wants nothing more than to travel and experience the world, and begs to be taken along.

Yeshua is drawn to these people and offers to delay his journey and remain for a few days to help—the family agrees, only if his carpentry and masonry services are exchanged for shelter and water. Living and working side-by-side with them, Yeshua learns how the family came to be where they are and, what’s more, the struggles at play that will determine all three of their futures. Unfortunately, the Devil has also chosen to remain, and he wagers that the holy man will be unable to fix the situation to a favorable outcome.

Inching toward death, the mother wishes that the boy learn a trade and secure a better life. Eventually relenting, the father devises a plan to retrieve some of the valuable jasper stone he has spotted on the side of a cliff, several yards down from the peak, and use it to pay for the boy’s apprenticeship in the city. But when the three men attempt to collect the jasper, tragedy strikes, and the eventual resolution to the family’s dilemma is not what any of them had hoped.

Unable to offer anything more—the mother having refused Yeshua’s healing—he once again takes up his journey toward Jerusalem and his future.

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Written & Directed by: Rodrigo García

Cast: Ewan McGregor, Tye Sheridan, Ciarán Hinds, Ayelet Zurer

Cinematography by: Emmanuel Lubezki

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