The Owls
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Pioneering feminist filmmaker Cheryl Dunye directed this independent drama about four women struggling to make sense of their past and live down one particular evening. Iris (Guinevere Turner) and M.J. (V.S. Brodie) are a Lesbian couple who live in Los Angeles, while their friends Lily (Lisa Gornick) and Carol (Cheryl Dunye) are another couple with a home nearby. Iris, M.J. and Lily were all members of a once-successful all-female rock band, but now that they're middle aged, they're in an uncomfortable position where they feel culture and politics are passing them by while a new… More

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"...uses a deliberately disjunctive, fourth-wall-breaking approach to telling the story of four 40-something lesbians... bound together by a violent incident in their past."
‑ Sarah Boslaugh, Playback:stl
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