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The Moderns

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In the expatriate-littered Paris of the 1920s, painter Nick Hart (Keith Carradine) mingles with Ernest Hemingway (Kevin O'Connor) and other leading lights of the Lost Generation while palling around with gossip columnist Oiseau (Wallace Shawn), whose ... Read More
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Nick Hart
Rachel Stone
Bertram Stone
Libby Valentin
Nathalie de Ville
Ernest Hemingway
Gertrude Stein
Alice B. Toklas
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