Transcript for Brother of US Filmmaker Released From Venezuelan Prison Says He's No Spy
-- I could say is that. For anybody that's seen the movie spies like us -- Chevy Chase and Dan -- that's about as close to aspires to Trace here's. But beyond that he's a filmmaker at that time. Went to a country that is had. I'm very. I don't know the best way to put a challenging time. In their history. And down. Beyond that I don't want explore. Anything other than to say that. Anybody in our family knows that -- -- a filmmaker. With no connections. Obviously to being a -- and we're just grateful that it appears that he's he's back home. I'm hoping that you know we'll get a chance to. Obviously enjoy -- that. We get to see him. -- there. My parents get to see their son. And it. Surged since retired with a scrambling and then he can figure out. What is next steps he was treated. As far as we know. Under difficult circumstances he was treated. Very well in both places that he was that whether piece of being. And down I truly mean what I say I think the Venezuelan government for that. -- a passionate filmmaker. He has some Venezuelan friends and made a decision in the months. Layden 20122. To go there. During. A critical time in Venezuela's history. To make a film to make documentary film beyond that. My understanding it's always been that it was -- Neutral film. -- -- -- Pivotal moments in time and beyond that I'm just a brother that doesn't know anything. More about that the fabric of everything that went into it other than he's a filmmaker. He went to Hollywood after graduating from Georgetown to try to be -- film to try to be an actor he stayed in the industry is just shifted gears to being a filmmaker.
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