The Telluride ’23 films (as posted by Jordan Ruimy) that HE is the most revved about are underlined and boldfaced. What titles am I underestimating, or lacking sufficient enthusiasm for?

Update: Nobody’s really up on these titles, no familiarity, wait-and-see mode.

The Holdovers (d: Alexander Payne)
Saltburn (d: Emerald Fennell)
Poor Things (d: Yorgos Lanthimos)
The Royal Hotel (d: Kitty Green)
All Of Us Strangers (d: Andrew Haigh)
Rustin (d: =George C. Wolfe)
Wildcat (d: Ethan Hawke)
Nyad (d: Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin)

Fingernails (d: Christos Nikou)
The Bikeriders (d: Jeff Nichols)
El Conde (d: Pablo Larrain)
Janet Planet (d: Annie Baker)
The Promised Land
The Pigeon Tunnel (d: Errol Morris)
Daddio (d: Christy Hall) — the correct spelling is Daddy-o. ScriptShadow review.
They Shot the Piano Player (d: Trueba & Mariscal)
The American Buffalo (Ken Burns)

Cannes titles (8), Berlin (1):

The Zone of Interest (d: Jonathan Glazer) — good but don’t really need to see it again.
Anatomy of a Fall (d: Justine Trier)
Fallen Leaves (d: Aki Kaurismaki)
Perfect Days (d: Wim Wenders)
The Pot-au-Feu (d: Tran Anh Hung) — old times’ sake, pure enjoymeht factor.
The Settlers (d: Felipe Galvez)
Occupied City (d: Steve McQueen) — saw it, fairly good.
Orlando, My Political Biography