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Interview

Filmmaker Walter Brock offers an unflinching portrait of one disabled man who, with many others, is pushing for independence and an equal slice of the American pie. In this interview that accompanied the 1998 PBS broadcast of If I Can't Do It, Brock explains what he hopes his film might do: present a portrait of a person with a disability without invoking pity or making a hero of his subject.
 
 
 





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