What if someone wrote your autobiography? Would it be true? What if someone took the images of your life and made a film? Culling from a 200-hour trove of footage, filmmaker Alexander Olch has cleverly invented an autobiography-by-proxy of his mentor, legendary documentary and experimental filmmaker Richard P. Rogers. The result is a deeply imaginative essay film constructed of sun-dappled Hamptons lawn parties, plane rides to exotic locales, stunningly raw moments with Rogers' domineering mink-coated mother, and new footage with Rogers' childhood friend, actor Wallace Shawn.