Purple Haze: Director Nicholas Gyeney and Actor Andrew Keegan from The Penitent Man

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Filmmaking wunderkind Nicholas Gyeney, director/writer of the critically acclaimed new science fiction film The Penitent Man, and star Andrew Keegan (7th Heaven, 10 things I hate about you) will talk movies live on Media Blvd’s Purple Haze radio show Thursday, June 3, at 9PM/ET (blogtalkradio.com/mediablvd), exclusively on Blog Talk Radio. Only 23 years old, the award-winning USC graduate Gyeney’s second film, The Penitent Man, stars Lance Henriksen (Aliens) in a gripping story about a fledgling psychologist who must absorb a patient's hair-raising story -- which could alter the course of the future. Gyeney’s first film was The Falling. Andrew Keegan was first recognized for his gregarious performance as teen rebel "Zack Dell" in the cult classic film Camp Nowhere, followed by roles in Independence Day, as the antagonist to Heath Ledger in the comedy 10 things I hate about you and Mekhi Phifer's best friend in O. Keegan has appeared in the television dramas Party of Five and 7th Heaven, where he played a single teenage father in love with Jessica Biel's character "Mary.” Conservative author, Gary Morgenstein (Take Me Out To The Ballgame), and liberal journalist/actor, Frederic Germay Discuss the latest news from politics and pop culture from their very different generational and life perspectives.

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