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For once, Cherokee actor Wes Studi cast as romantic co-star

 


n Wes Studi's potent and pioneering acting career, he has played vengeful warriors, dying prisoners and impassioned resistance leaders. For three decades, he has arrestingly crafted wide-ranging portraits of the Native American experience. But one thing he had never done in a movie is give someone a kiss.

"I thought it was about time, yeah," Studi, 74, says chuckling.

In "A Love Song," a tender indie drama starring another long-pigeonholed character actor, Dale Dickey, Studi is for the first time cast as a romantic co-star. Dickey ("Winter's Bone," "Hell or High Water") plays a woman campin...



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