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After Alan Alda’s run of hapless, out-of-touch ad men, as in "What Women Want," looks like it's time to step up his game with a Sundance flick.<br>
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He joins indie regular Matthew Broderick, who has enjoyed success in "Election" and "You Can Count on Me." They hit the Sundance screens this year in "<b>Diminished Capacity</b>," a road trip comedy in which Alda plays his uncle, who has Alzheimer's.
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After Alan Alda’s run of hapless, out-of-touch ad men, as in "What Women Want," looks like it's time to step up his game with a Sundance flick.

He joins indie regular Matthew Broderick, who has enjoyed success in "Election" and "You Can Count on Me." They hit the Sundance screens this year in "Diminished Capacity," a road trip comedy in which Alda plays his uncle, who has Alzheimer's.

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