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Louis Malle Transforms a Defining Childhood Trauma Into a Motion Picture.

Film Director Louis Malle. He made his mark in French New Wave Cinema with such films as "Murmur of the Heart" and "Lacombe Lucien." More recently he has been working in the U.S. making films such as "Atlantic City" and "My Dinner with Andre." His latest film, "Au Revoir Les Enfants," is a reflection on his childhood.


Other segments from the episode on February 19, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, February 19, 1988: Interview with Louis Malle; Commentary on Irish folk songs; Interview with Rita Mae Brown; Review of Rodney Dangerfield's one-man show.


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