Polanski and My Father

Documentary filmmaker Pauline Horovitz’s father believes the only two credible professions are medicine (his own) or law. When he agrees to let her film him, Horovitz’s wry portrait – the dozens of eye shades hanging on the wall from plane flights, the two books he’s been reading for 20 years – legitimizes the filmmaker’s profession. So what if her dear dad remains convinced that Roman Polanski’s praise of her work is due to his love of the name “Horovitz?” http://bjff.festivalgenius.com/2011/films/polanskiandmyfather_paulinehorovitz_bjff2011

Year:
2009
Length:
8 minutes
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Shown at

  1. Boston Jewish Film Festival - 2011

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