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Alan Berliner's essayistic documentary (1996) about his crotchety father, his relationship with him, and family memories in general is a wonderful piece of work that's every bit as entertaining, thoughtful, and distinctive as Intimate Stranger (1992), Berliner's earlier feature about his maternal grandfather. This long-overdue Chicago premiere is well worth checking out. St. Xavier Univ. McGuire Hall, 3700 W. 103rd St., Friday and Saturday, March 17 and 18, 7:00, 773-298-3193.

--Jonathan Rosenbaum

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