Director Sam Hobkinson discusses his Sundance selection Misha and the Wolves, a too-wild-to-be-true tale about a dirty lie and the art of good telling a good story.
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A standout selection at Sundance, Misha and the Wolves is a twist-upon-twist, reveal-after-after, jaw-on-the-floor thrill ride. It's a wild-but-true story masterfully told about the art of deception and the cost of lies.