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MacHo Dancer, Cheryl Dunye’s The Owls, The Broken Hearts Club: Outfest 2010 (July 12)

10 July 2010 9:35 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Lino Brocka‘s Macho Dancer (top); Deak Evgenikos, The Owls (middle); Dean Cain, Andrew Keegan, The Broken Hearts Club (bottom) Monday at Outfest 2010: Cheryl Dunye‘s The Owls is described as a mix of narrative thriller and documentary, featuring a quartet of middle-aged lesbians (Dunye among them) whose lives take a turn for the tragic when they befriend a much younger woman (Deak Evgenikos) who couldn’t care less about older trailblazers. "OWLs," the Outfest site explains, is an acronym for "Old Wise Lesbians." Cheryl Dunye, by the way, is the director of the 1986 cult classic The Watermelon Woman. Featuring Ben Weber, Dean Cain, Timothy Olyphant, Zach Braff, Matt McGrath, and Andrew Keegan, Greg Berlanti‘s 2000 romantic comedy The Broken Hearts Club is set in West Hollywood, a place where boys play with both baseballs and with one another. Also in the Broken Hearts Club cast: Jennifer Coolidge, Justin Theroux, »

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