Synopsis by Jack Rodgers
This documentary profiles legendary American author Joan Didion, best known for her essays about the tumultuous social changes of the 1960s. The film includes archival footage; past interviews with Didion; and an extensive dialogue between her and her nephew, actor Griffin Dunne, as she reflects on the shattering experience of losing her husband and daughter. Dunne also directed.
America, cultural-identity, family-history, lifestyle, politics, writer