Synopsis by Maggie Sadler
Shot over nearly four decades, documentary filmmaker Lynne Sachs uses eight and sixteen-millimeter film to shed light on the intimate, hidden world of her bon vivant father, Ira Sachs Sr., a native of Park City, Utah, who paved the way for future entrepreneurs. In compiling her footage into a candid portrait of her father, Sachs reveals a significantly complex, private man to both herself and the public. Featuring perspectives from Julia Buchwald-Sachs, Adam Sachs, and Dana Sachs.
child, daughter, father, filmmaker, parent/child-relationship