Filmmaker Mike Nichols sits down with theater director Jack O’Brien to discuss his personal life and professional work.
User Reviews: That kind of dialogue giving many sources of interests. About career, about decisions, using isles of humor and mixing a sort of nostalgia with explanations about the perspective of a director about fil, actors, artistic solutions, motivations, changes and the best manner to be yourself. For me, the most interesting slice was the testimony about his childhood. The words about his father and about his meeting with America. Not really inspired put in middle of conversation, it has the virtue to represent a familiar part for many grandchildren of the people beginning new life in foreign country. And apparently cold words about parents and ship and Germany of Hitler are the key for define its artistic way . Short, beautiful self portrait of a remarkable American director.