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'E-Team' and 'Life Itself': For a critic, these docs get personal

'E-Team' and 'Life Itself': For a critic, these docs get personal

"If you live long enough," says a character in an Isaac Bashevis Singer novel, watching an elegant 19th century Polish aristocrat dancing with a beautiful Jewish peasant girl, "you see everything." If you are a film critic long enough, what you see are not unexpected dancing couples but excellent documentaries about people and institutions you have strong personal connections to. That's happened to me at this year's Sundance Film Festival not once but twice. Having its world premiere Saturday was "E-Team," directed by Kate Chevigny and Ross Kauffman (the Oscar-winning "Born Into Brothels"). It's the story of specially trained...

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