I've caught my first two films here at Sundance this morning. First up was Stranded: I come from a plane that crashed in the mountains, a well-crafted doc about the 16 members of a rugby team from Uruguay who, stranded high in the Andes for 72 days after a plane crash in 1972, survived by eating their friends who were killed in the crash. Before the film started, the gallows humor in the press screening room was in full force, with speculations about which of our fellow film critics might taste the best, should we all be in a plane crash together and be forced to eat each other to survive. The mood got more serious once the film started, though, and was downright somber and teary by the end. Had to run from that screening next door to catch The Black List after that -- I'll have a review up of that film later today, I don't want to shortchange it on the fly. James will have a review of Stranded later as well. Right now, have to fly to catch another film ...