'Garden State,' a Wry Look at Life in the 20s

Natalie Portman, Zach Braff in 'Garden State'

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Zach Braff, of Scrubs fame, wrote directed and stars (with Natalie Portman) in Garden State, a film about 20-somethings in 2004. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Braff, who wrote, directed and stars in the film. And NPR's Bob Mondello offers a review.

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