Adding to the walkout count came Burning Plain (there's a plane in it that crashes... but it doesn't catch fire). Once I figured out the "trick" of the narrative, the film turned into another "Lifetime Drama."
And, number three walkout was 7915 km. I expected a documentary about a race across Africa. What I got was interviews with people who saw the race. Dude, I want to see cars tearing ass across the desert... I don't care about your camel.
Afterwards there was little else I wanted to see today (compared to the eight films tomorrow that I want to see that all start between 9AM and 10AM). I tried to get into $5 A Day with Skizz but was told that the situation for getting in via the Rush Line was pretty much hopeless. Instead, I enjoyed Hamlet 2. It's not a great film but it was a nice parody of the "feel good indie" kind of crap that usually gets the hype at Sundance.