Film festival screens "Cherry’ |

Film festival screens "Cherry’

BRECKENRIDGE – The Breckenridge Festival of Film presents the 1999 film “Cherry” at 7:30 p.m. today at the Breckenridge Town Hall.

Originally screened at the 1999 Breckenridge Festival of Film, “Cherry” is the story of Leila (Shalom Harlow), who, after being dumped at the alter, condemns herself to a forced retirement from anything resembling romance. But at 29 she decides to have a child. She’s still a virgin, so the situation takes a little research. She advertises in the newspaper for potential mates, whether by traditional methods or by sperm donors, but gets nothing but losers. Meanwhile, two neighborhood men vie for her attention – her gynecologist (Jake Weber) and a professional clown (Donovan Leitch).

There is no admission charge for the screening, but donations are appreciated.

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