Writer-director Henry Bromell's made-for-cable drama examines the flickering splendor of deteriorating genius F. Scott Fitzgerald, focusing on the novelist's last ditch efforts at redemption.
It's the late 1930s and Fitzgerald (Jeremy Irons) is losing hope that his
American life is headed for a happy second. Literary fame came early, but so did
disappointment, most notably via abortive attempts at screenwriting. His long-time paramour, Sheila Graham (Natalie Radford), is tired of cosseting her "beloved infidel," and has decided to focus her energies on her gossip column. Having frittered away emotional energy he could ill afford on his mentally