"Melancomic odyssey full of vitamins, sleeping pills, Rock'n'Roll and Femme fatale."
Franky, an unemployed actor, is carried away by his manager Arsene, in a stolen car for what seems to be an appointment with Franky's idolized director above the Arctic Circle. Robert Mitchum is Dead is populated with a generous array of curious personalities and loving look at their everyday and not so everyday lives.
In the spirit of road trip movies everywhere, the guys come across people and situations that no one could ever plan for. It’s that road trip “que sera sera” mood that battles against Arsene’s singular determination throughout the film to make their journey so odd and unpredictable. Sprinkle in some desperation, social disorders, and a beautiful Polish film student, and you have yourself a journey worth witnessing.