Modern Romance

Modern Romance is a 1981 film directed by Albert Brooks, who also co-wrote the script with Monica Mcgowan Johnson.

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Modern Romance - Production
... A third brother, Cliff, has a cameo in the scenes set in the recording studio ... He plays the music mixer, the bald man sitting to the left of the head mixer, who gets up and goes to his car during the break ...

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