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Charlie Rose with John Hume; Frances McDormandm, Joel Cohen & Ethan Cohen; Roy DeCarava (March 21, 1996)

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First, John Hume, President, Social Democratic & Labour Party talks to Charlie about the negotiations in Northern Ireland. Hume is in charge of the negotiations and is optimistic for their success in putting an end to violence. Then, filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen, along with lead actress Frances McDormand, are on to talk about their new film, Fargo, a comedic thriller that takes place in a small town in Minnesota. Finally, photographer Roy DeCarava currently has a retrospective show of his work at the Museum of Modern Art. His photographs celebrate scenes of everyday life and at the same time capture pivotal moments and characters in American history, such as Harlem during the Civil Rights Movement or jazz greats like John Coltrane and Billie Holiday.

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