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Filmmakers Katt Shea and Andy Ruben.

Film Director Katt Shea (Cat Shay). She's an alumna of the Roger Corman film factory. And has a new film out "Poison Ivy," about a sexy manipulative teenager who insinuates herself into the lives of a rich, dysfunctional L.A. family and wreaks havoc. Shea co-wrote the screenplay along with the film's producer, Andy Ruben who Terry also interviews. Reviews of the film have varied from "laughingly bad," to "brilliant and powerfully disturbing."


Other segments from the episode on June 10, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, June 10, 1992: Interview with Sidney Jones; Interview with Katt Shea and Andy Ruben; Review of Ann Peebles' and Otis Clay's albums "Full Time Love" and "I'll Treat You…


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