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Parody Trailer Perfectly Skewers the Indie Film Clichés of Sundance 'Hit me right in my white guilt'

Ever get the feeling that if you've seen one piece of schlocky Sundance festival fodder, you've seen them all? If so, you're going to appreciate the many tired tropes folded into the faux trailer for "Not Another Sundance Movie."

Even if you don't consider yourself an indie film aficionado, you'll quickly see the truth in this satirical clip, beginning with the opening message that the movie was created by the duo of "Film Student With a Rich Uncle & Actor Trying to Be a Director."

The fake footage itself may not be all that entertaining or convincingly shot, but the snarky text overlays definitely make the nearly 3-minute video worth watching. Via /Film.

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