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Boorman Hasn't Figured Out Where Whimsey Ends and Sappiness Begins.

Film critic Stephen Schiff reviews John Boorman's new movie, "Where the Heart Is." It's a farce about three rich kids forced by their father to make it on their own. It stars Dabney Coleman, Uma Thurman, Joanna Cassidy, Crispin Glover, and Christopher Plummer. Boorman's earlier films include "Deliverance," "The Emerald Forest," and "Hope and Glory."

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Other segments from the episode on February 22, 1990

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, February 22, 1990: Interview with Chris Strachwitz; Review of The Residents' album "The King and I," and Kris Kristofferson's album "Third World Warrior"; Interview with…

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