Swiss-born photographer Robert Frank is notorious for having revolutionized photography and independent film. His portraits are snapshots that capture the moment whether they depict the lives of London bankers, Welsh miners or rock stars like the Stones.
He opens up in front of the camera of his long-standing collaborator and editor Laura Israel and looks back, self-confidently but also self-deprecatingly, at his life and work.
The film shows us an artist in action; the witness of an era which remembers Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg and with whom he made films that define the Beat generation.
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