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Alan Rudolph's Film about Lost Generation Americans in Paris.

Film director Alan Rudolph. His films include "Choose Me," "Trouble in Mind," "Welcome to L.A." and "Made in Heaven." His latest film, "The Moderns," which took ten years to make, is set in the ex-patriot community in Paris in the 1920s and features many actors and actresses who have appeared in his earlier films, such as Keith Carradine and Genevieve Bujold and Geraldine Chaplin.

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Other segments from the episode on April 15, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 15, 1988: Interview with Audrey Hepburn; Commentary on Cousin Joe; Interview with Alan Rudolph; Commentary on the television program "Home."

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