BREAST MEN (1997) is a made-for-cable comedy/drama (that is "basically a true story, slightly augmented") starring David Schwimmer (Friends) and Chris Cooper (American Beauty, Matewan). They play two plastic surgeons who were early leaders in the field of breast implants. The story traces their discoveries, developing medical practice, successes, failures, and personal crises from the 1960s through the 1980s.
Although the title and cover are intentionally titillating (if you'll pardon the pun), this is not the juvenile teen comedy that you might expect. Instead, it's a pretty interesting docudrama about the early pioneers in breast enhancement and the problems (both in terms of finances and professional respect) that they faced. I thought that the story was intriguing and both of the lead actors did a wonderful job. Chris Cooper can always be counted on to put in a great performance, but I was pleasantly surprised by David Schwimmer. Although he has a few "Ross moments" in the film where all you can think of is his character on Friends, I thought he did a very good job overall with some relatively challenging material. Kudos should also go to the make-up department - they manage to realistically age both characters throughout the film without appearing obvious or gimmicky.