Nobody’s Business

Generations collide as filmmaker Alan Berliner drags his reluctant father kicking and screaming down memory lane to probe the swirl of conflicts and affections that bind every family. What emerges is a stunningly rich portrait that finds both humor and pathos in Berliner's obsession with the boundaries of personal and collective memory.

Year:
1996
Length:
60 minutes
Country:
Director:
Alan Berliner
Poster for Nobody’s Business

Shown at

  1. New York Jewish Film Festival - 2016

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