Photographic Memory Trailer

Photographic Memory Trailer (2011)

04 September 2011 Factual 87 mins

Distressed over his teenaged son's addiction to the Internet and fearful that the developing boy has grown detached from the real world, documentary filmmaker Ross McElwee takes a journey back into his own adolescence by returning to St. Quay-Portrieux in Brittany, France, which he visited as a teen, and attempting to track down the photographer who gave him his first job, and the girl who once stole his heart.

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Cast

Ross McElwee

as Himself

Crew

International Releases Dates

Italy 04 September 2011

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