Daniel Noah is an up-and-coming American screenwriter/director. Jerry Lewis is a big screen legend who hasn’t made a film in 18 years. Max Rose is the film that brought these two strangers together.
A weepy drama, Max Rose premiered at this year’s Cannes International Film Festival. The film is about a jazz pianist (played by Jerry Lewis) who discovers something that makes him wonder whether his marriage of 65 years was a sham – and all this just days before the death of his wife.
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