By Sam Shepard.

Screenwriter Austin's work on a film script is disrupted by the arrival of his elder brother Lee.

The differences between successful, creative professional Austin and brutish, desert-living Lee could not be more marked.

Or could they?

Lee....David Soul

Austin....Richard Laing

Saul....Kenneth Jay

Mom....Liza Ross

Director Peter Kavanagh.


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199B01Return Of The Native19990508 Two talks by Timothy Egan, Seattle correspondent of the New York Times.
1: `Return of the Native'.
Why so many Americans, as white as apple cores, want to call themselves American Indians.
And why the real native Americans are unimpressed.
199B02Cars On Steroids19990515 Two talks by Timothy Egan, Seattle correspondent of the New York Times.
2: `Cars on Steroids'.
200B01Return Of The Native2000052120000603Two talks by Timothy Egan, Seattle correspondent of the New York Times.
1: `Return of the Native'.
Why so many white Americans want to call themselves American Indians.
And why the real Native Americans are unimpressed.
200B02Cars On Steroids2000052820000610Two talks by Timothy Egan, Seattle correspondent of the New York Times.
2: `Cars on Steroids'.
Egan wonders why so many Americans need a car which is bigger than an Amsterdam hotel room.
DO3  2006111920080608 
X01Return Of The Native 20000528Two talks by Timothy Egan, Seattle correspondent of the New York Times.
1: `Return of the Native'.
Why so many Americans, as white as apple cores, want to call themselves American Indians.
And why the real native Americans are unimpressed.
X02Cars On Steroids 20000604Two talks by Timothy Egan, Seattle correspondent of the New York Times.
2: `Cars on Steroids'.
Egan wonders why so many Americans need a car which is bigger than an Amsterdam hotel room.

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