While recuperating from an injury at Beverly Hills’ famed Chateau Marmont, bad-boy actor Johnny Marco receives a visit from his young daughter, Cleo. Though his mind is not on parenting, she has a way of inserting herself into her father’s daily routine. Slowly, the two bond, forcing Johnny to re-examine his life of excesses and his relationship with Cleo.
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