In Nobody’s Business, Alan Berliner takes on his reclusive father as the reluctant subject of this poignant and graceful study of family history and memory. What emerges is a uniquely cinematic biography that finds both humor and pathos in the swirl of conflicts and affections that bind father and son. Ultimately this complex portrait is a meeting of the minds - where the past meets the present, where generations collide, and where the boundaries of family life are pushed, pulled, stretched, torn and surprisingly at times, also healed.
"Alan Berliner illustrates the power of fine art to transform life." - The New York Times
EMMY Award Winner - 1998
WINNER: Caligari Film Prize; Berlin International Film Festival
WORLD PREMIER: New York Film Festival
WINNER: Innovation in Documentary; Festival Dei Popoli