I saw the film when it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) last September, and it’s a perfectly fine and pleasant dramedy about a son trying to reconnect with his estranged photographer father as they travel to the last place that can develop Kodachrome film before it closes. Along for the ride is Elizabeth Olsen as his father’s assistant.
Written by Jonathan Tropper (This Is Where I Leave You), the film is produced by Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Eric Robinson, Jonathan Tropper, Shawn Levy, Dan Levine and Leon Clarence
The official synopsis is:
As the era of Kodachrome film processing comes to an end, a man must reunite with his estranged father on a roadtrip to develop his final rolls of Kodachrome film.
Edward Douglas | East Coast Editor