A Conversation with Director Sydney Pollack Director Sydney Pollack tells Scott Simon about his new movie The Interpreter -- the first film shot on location at the United Nations -- and reflects on his long career, including his work as an actor. He also weighs in on the impact of big-time Hollywood movies.
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A Conversation with Director Sydney Pollack

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A Conversation with Director Sydney Pollack

A Conversation with Director Sydney Pollack

A Conversation with Director Sydney Pollack

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Director Sydney Pollack tells Scott Simon about his new movie The Interpreter — the first film shot on location at the United Nations — and reflects on his long career, including his work as an actor. He also weighs in on the impact of big-time Hollywood movies.

Sydney Pollack at the March 2004 news conference announcing the film shoot at the United Nations. www.un.org hide caption

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