Tell Them Who You Are

2004, Documentary, 1h 33m

65 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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The dysfunctional interaction between director and subject is fascinating, poignant, and revealing of both men and of father-son relationships in general. Read critic reviews

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Haskell Wexler has proven to be a prolific and distinguished cinematographer, having shot more than 60 films in his storied career and winning Oscars for his work on "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and "Bound for Glory." He's been an inspiration to many aspiring filmmakers, including his son, Mark Wexler, a documentarian whose films often focus on himself. Here, Mark concentrates on his acclaimed but enigmatic father, hoping to connect with him while establishing an identity of his own.

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