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From the P.O.V. interview w/ Jay Rosenblatt re: his movie "I Used to be a Filmmaker":

"P.O.V.:
What is this film about?

Jay Rosenblatt: "I Used to be a Filmmaker" tracks the development of my daughter from birth, from 10 minutes old to approximately 18 months, and it also shows the development of our father-daughter relationship. It's about parental love, about my heart opening and about how a relationship develops with a new being. What separates it from just a home movie is that each segment is preceded by a filmmaking term, often used ironically."

Read the rest here, sounds interesting.

- Sujewa

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