In this fanciful history of the expatriate-littered Paris of the 1920s, painter Nick Hart mingles with Ernest Hemingway and other leading lights of the Lost Generation. His paintings prove unpopular, so he supports himself by caricatures until an offer to engage in forgery becomes to good to refuse.
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Alan Rudolph has a very peculiar take on Hemmingway. I remember reading an interview with him and the fact that he didn't like Hemmingway and so had him portrayed in an effeminate manner. Love his style.