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Sundance Film Festival' founder Robert Redford has admitted that as the likes of Paris Hilton and Wilmer Valderrama descend upon Park City it as all become too much of a circus and that it could leave Utah altogether. During a panel discussion in Park City on Thursday, the 76-year-old complained that Hilton "didn't have anything to do with the films.
I said, 'What movie is she in? the New York Post quoted him as saying, He said that the heiress and her hard-partying, swag-grabbing cohorts have made the festival "not as much fun.There are too many people who come to the festival to leverage their own self-interest, he added.
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