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Friday, May 04, 2007

The bulk of today’s show is dedicated to the movies. First, Paul Mazursky (director of "Enemies: A Love Story" and "An Unmarried Woman") talks about his retrospective at The Film Society of Lincoln Center. Then, Chris Eigeman and Famke Janssen discuss their starring roles in "The Treatment." And actress Sarah Polley tells us about her screenwriting and directing debut: "Away from Her." Plus, we finish on a sweet note, with Please Explain sugar.

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Paul Mazursky

The Magic of Paul Mazursky

Director Paul Mazursky ("Enemies: A Love Story" and "An Unmarried Woman") talks about his first retrospective at The Film Society of Lincoln Center with Joanna Ney, producer of Arts Programming.

The Magic of Paul Mazursky

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The Treatment

Chris Eigeman and Famke Janssen talk about their roles in "The Treatment," a film in which modern love and psychoanalysis have a lot in common.

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Away from Her

Actress Sarah Polley makes her screenwriting and directing debut with "Away from Her."

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Please Explain: Sugar

On today's Please Explain, Dr. Jock Galloway and Sharon R. Akabas, Ph.D answer your questions about sugar. Jock Galloway is Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto Department of Geography. Sharon R. Akabas is Associate Research Scholar, Director of M.S. in Nutrition Program, Columbia University Medical Center. Call 212-433-9692.

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