In death, there is salvation for the estranged fathers and miserable sons who try and follow in their faded footsteps. Kodachrome utilises this process well, with its difficult relationship between a father and son slowly mended in the final days of the father’s life. Ed Harris and Jason Sudeikis’ pairing on-screen from director Mark Raso finds the pair playing characters who, for one reason or another, are at the end of their respective roads. One is, quite literally at the end of his, taking the final days of his life as best he can. The other has nearly been dropped by the job that held him for a decade, his ears no longer helping his music career. What a pairing for a road trip.