75-year-old playwright Israel Horovitz talks to Word and Film about becoming a first time film director, with the adaptation of his own play My Old Lady.
He says, "I directed this movie as an unambitious guest. I wasn't trying to build a movie career, or thinking of my next picture or any of that sh** that you do when you're twenty-six years old. I just wanted to make a beautiful movie to tell this story."
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