From the Archives: Filmmaker Alan Berliner (1997)

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In this interview from 1997, filmmaker Alan Berliner talks about the making of "Nobody's Business," a film in which he explores his relationship with his father. He describes the tension that arose in the making of the film, and how his relationship changed as a result. (This is a rough cut from the POV archives.)

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