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Anderson, Recreating 'Blood' History

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'There Will Be Blood'

Daniel Day-Lewis plays Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood. Francois Duhamel/Paramount Vantage hide caption

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"I Will Bless the Well"

Paul Thomas Anderson, nominated for an Academy Award for his role directing There Will Be Blood, talks about his experiences recreating history in this drama that follows the tensions between a wealthy oil man and a fundamentalist boy-preacher.

Anderson has been nominated for Oscars before for original writing of Magnolia and Boogie Nights.