Jerry Schatzberg, a director in the New Hollywood movement who won the Palme d’Or with Scarecrow, has just turned 95. This film explores his work as a photographer in the 1950s and ’60s.
Nine years ago, they had a brief affair. Today, they run into each other in a train station between two journeys: he’s arriving, she’s leaving. They have 80 minutes to reevaluate their lives and come face to face with their truths, regrets, and memories. This is their last chance.
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