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Rebecca Brando, Listen to Me Marlon

Friendly and down to earth, Rebecca Brando, 49, talks about the startling 2015 documentary on her legendary father Marlon Brando, Listen to Me Marlon. The film's backbone is provided by hundreds of hours of the actor’s never-before-released audio diaries, revealing a beautifully compelling, introspective dialogue on his personal history and career. The audio, recorded by Brando himself over the course of his entire life, is paired with found footage, and clips of his greatest (and worst) roles. His daughter, a clinical psychologist who works with at-risk adolescents, discusses her upbringing with her father, her first reactions to seeing the film, and how it prompted her to get to know Brando the actor.


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Film critic and The Boston Herald entertainment writer Stephen Schaefer hosts candid conversations with actors, filmmakers, producers and movie people near and far.