TV-14 | | Documentary, Biography
A look at the life and work of writer/filmmaker Nora Ephron.
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Both Max Bernstein (Nora Ephron and Carl Bernstein's younger son; director Jacob Bernstein's brother) and Nicholas Pileggi (Nora Ephron's widower) declined to appear in the documentary for different reasons. In a New York Magazine interview, Jacob Bernstein explained that both Max Bernstein and Nick Pileggi both felt that the grief they felt at the loss of Ephron was "still too raw for them" to be able to talk about her on camera. Bernstein also said that Max's relationship with their mother had been much more private and personal than his own. Pileggi and Max Bernstein did express support of the making of the documentary in other ways--both have viewed the finished film and attended public events promoting it.
I now believe that what my mother meant was this: When you slip on a banana peel, people laugh at you. But when you tell people you slipped on a banana peel, it's you're a laugh, so you become a hero rather than the victim of the joke. I think ...
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