The Moderns is a 1988 film by Alan Rudolph, which takes place in 1926 Paris during the period of the Lost Generation and at the height of modernist literature. The film stars Keith Carradine, Linda Fiorentino and John Lone among others. American film critic, Roger Ebert, in his review stated that The Moderns is: Nick Hart is an expatriate American artist living in Paris among some of the great artists and writers of the time, including Ernest Hemingway , Gertrude Stein , and Alice B. Toklas . Nick is torn between his ex-wife Rachel and Nathalie de Ville who hires him to forge her...
|Release date:||April 15, 1988|
|Directed by:||Alan Rudolph|
|Producer:||Shep Gordon, David Blocker, Carolyn Pfeiffer|
|Music by:||Mark Isham, Charlelie Couture|
|Screenplay by:||John Bradshaw, Alan Rudolph|