Kodachrome is a 2017 American drama film directed by Mark Raso.
Netflix on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 released the trailer:
Kodachrome | Official Trailer | Netflix.
Matt Ryder (Jason Sudeikis) is a record company A and R man who is in danger of losing his job after his company's biggest client signs with another label. His father's assistant and nurse Zoe Kern (Elizabeth Olsen) arrives at his office and informs him that his father Ben (Ed Harris), a famous photographer, is terminally ill. Though they haven't spoken in over 10 years, Ben has requested that Matt drive him to "Dwayne's Photo" in Parsons, Kansas, the last shop that still develops Kodachrome film. Ben has several undeveloped rolls he wants to have processed before he dies, and Dwayne's will stop in the near future because Kodak no longer makes the required dyes. Matt refuses, but Ben's manager Larry (Dennis Haysbert), persuades him by offering to arrange a meeting between Matt and the Spare Sevens, a band he has been trying to sign. Matt, Ben and Zoe start the journey, and Ben throws away Matt's GPS and insists on taking back roads so he can take photos and enjoy the scenery. In Ohio, the group makes a detour so they can visit Ben's brother Dean (Bruce Greenwood) and Dean's wife Sarah (Wendy Crewson), who were Matt's surrogate parents following his mother's death. Zoe and Matt bond over Matt's old music collection, and later a drunk Matt leans in to kiss her, but falls off the bed. He sleeps on the floor, and they end up sharing stories of their failed marriages. The next morning, Zoe is awakened by Ben, who has fallen in the bathroom and needs help to stand up. Ben irritates Dean and Sarah at breakfast by mentioning that Ben and Sarah once had a sexual relationship. Sarah explains that it was before she and Dean dated, which does little to assuage Dean's anger.
The film Kodachrome was scheduled to be released on September 8, 2017 (TIFF) and on April 20, 2018 (United States) by Netflix, GEM Entertainment, Film & TV House, Tanweer Alliances, Corbi Media and Eagle Films.
The duration of the film is 100 minutes.
Kodachrome got high rating from critics. The audience also likes the film.
Wikipedia: Kodachrome (film)