Marcel Marceau; Whit Stillman; Prince Edward Wessex; Peter Westbrook

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Wednesday 09/27/2000

French actor and mime Marcel Marceau, best known as "Bip the Clown," reflects on the nature of silence, which he calls "the weight of the soul." Filmmaker Whit Stillman talks about writing his latest novel, "The Last Days of Disco," and repatriating to France. Prince Edward Wessex introduces his documentary on the history of London and the monarchy, "Crown and Country." Olympic fencer Peter Westbrook talks about his foundation through which he teaches fencing to inner-city kids, three of whom are competing in the Sydney Olympics, and the difference it makes in their lives and his.