Interview from 1996 with Nan Goldin by Charlie Rose. Features critic Luc Sante as well. I've been reading Goldin's I'll Be Your Mirror which has a fantastic essay entitled All Yesterday's Parties by Luc Sante. If this interview doesn't move you, then check your pulse. I would like to post a link to Sante's essay, or at least part of it, but haven't been able to find it online. If you can get your hands on the book, do so.