Dancer and choreographer turned filmmaker Yvonne Rainer has been a fixture on the New York independent scene for more than a quarter of a century. But with the exception of a rare airing on late-night public television or a screening at the artiest of art houses,
her unique films are difficult to see. And that's a shame: While not the most technically accomplished filmmaker, she's consistently intelligent and thought-provoking. This latest film is far more accessible than much of her highly experimental work: Mixing drama, personal history and an almost
journalistic array of statistics, it reflects upon the experiences of postmenopausal gay women living with breast...