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The Broken Hearts Club A Romantic Comedy
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The film follows the lives of a group of gay friends in West Hollywood. Among the group is Dennis (Timothy Olyphant), a photographer who often holds the group together; Cole (Dean Cain) a handsome, charismatic actor who — often unwittingly — ends up with other people's boyfriends; Benji (Zach Braff), the youngest member of the group, with a penchant for gym-bodied men, who finds himself going through some bad times; Howie (Matt McGrath), a psychology student who is known for overthinking every situation; Patrick (Ben Weber), the cynic of the group; and Taylor (Billy Porter), who has just broken up with his long-term boyfriend.
Guiding them is restaurant owner Jack (John Mahoney) who provides them with advice and jobs for some of them who work part-time as servers at his restaurant. But when tragedy strikes, and the group's newest member, 23-year-old Kevin (Andrew Keegan), attempts to fit in, their friendships are put to the test.
The film also stars Nia Long, Mary McCormack and Justin Theroux, and features a cameo by Kerr Smith, who knew the director through their work on Dawson's Creek and enjoyed the script so much he asked to be a part of it, and Jennifer Coolidge as the hairdresser Betty, that all the guys, with the exception of Howie, go to for hair therapy.
|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Nora Burns||...||Female Shopper|
|Chris Payne Gilbert||...||Larry|
|The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy|
DVD release cover
|Directed by||Greg Berlanti|
|Produced by||Mickey Liddell
Julie Plec (co-producer)
|Written by||Greg Berlanti|
|Music by||Christophe Beck|
|Edited by||Todd Busch|
|Distributed by||Sony Pictures Entertainment|