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The Biggest Hit of Sundance Was a Movie That Doesn't Actually Exist

By Vivian Kane | Miscellaneous | January 27, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Miscellaneous | January 27, 2016 |


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If there’s one thing people love, it’s other people’s inside joke, am I right? There’s nothing like being shot into middle school flashbacks of self-esteem pits and visions of kids telling you “you just had to be there.”

Which brings us to this year’s Sundance Film Festival, where the breakout hit of the year was AbracaDeborah, a Kristin Wiig vehicle that had hordes of critics RAVING on Twitter.


The only thing is that AbracaDeborah isn’t a real movie. It all comes back to one innocuous tweet from Uproxx’s Mike Ryan.

Oh, and by the way, Remembrance of a Partridge isn’t real, either. Sorry Kristen Wiig/David Cassidy fans. Maybe next year.



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