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'Break Point' serves up tennis along with a family dynamic needing mending

'Break Point' serves up tennis along with a family dynamic needing mending

Tennis movies, anyone? There have been tennis sequences in such eclectic films as Woody Allen's 2005 drama "Match Point" and Alfred Hitchcock's intense 1951 thriller "Strangers on a Train." But in general, tennis-centered movies such as 2004's "Wimbledon" have netted poor results with critics and audiences. Because the genre has been so ill-served, actor Jeremy Sisto, known for "Six Feet Under" and "The Returned," and his friend Gene Hong, a writer-producer whose credits include "Bones," saw "space in the movie index" for a tennis dramedy, Sisto said. SIGN UP for the free Indie Focus movies...

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