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Bowling Blind is a 35-minute documentary film that chronicles the misadventures of the NYC Metropolitan Blind Bowlers. The league, comprised of mostly low-income, minority New York City residents, are the Bad News Bears of bowling. They bowl on a small, two-lane alley in the basement of Visions Selis Manor on 23rd street in Manhattan (where most of the bowlers live). The lanes frequently breakdown and are in dire need of repair. But this doesn’t stop the Metropolitans. For 30 weeks a year, this rag tag team of bowlers keep on rolling. We follow their journey as they head to Denver for the National Blind Bowling Tournament.