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Sundance memories: The movies and moments that defined the 2013 festival

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What sets it apart » It’s a kicky finish to a delightfully funny movie.

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Scene » Daniel Radcliffe definitely sheds his "Harry Potter" image in "Kill Your Darlings," but that’s not all he sheds.

What sets it apart » Portraying a young Allen Ginsberg discovering his sexuality during his college days, Radcliffe’s character also sheds all his clothing for some raw gay sex scenes.

Scene » The entire opening sequence of writer-director Shane Carruth’s science-fiction meditation "Upstream Color" — in which a woman (Amy Seimetz) is infected with a mind-control-inducing grub and coerced into bizarre behavior.

What sets it apart » The moment definitely sets the tone for this strangely beautiful drama.

Scene » Comic Demetri Martin applies his nerdy hesitation delivery perfectly to Lewis, the nice-guy sound-studio operator who has a crush on Lake Bell’s lead character, Carol, in Bell’s "In a World. …"

What sets it apart » Together, Martin and Bell make anxiety cool and sexy.

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Scene » The triumphant performance of Darlene Love as the longtime backup singer takes the lead on "Lean on Me" in the documentary "Twenty Feet From Stardom."

What sets it apart » Love’s star turn puts a winning coda on the whole idea propelling director Morgan Neville’s documentary.

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