A disillusioning truth about professional fetishists like photographers and filmmakers—that their work may be driven in part by their own covetousness or envy—is conceded in this loosely thematic collage by fashion and portrait photographer and documentary and music-video director Bruce Weber (Let’s Get Lost). Perhaps in keeping with a story he tells about not wanting to shower with the other guys at his family’s country club—a preface to his revelation that photographers sometimes take pictures of “things we can never be”—Weber stays behind the camera as he presents still and moving images of people he’s admired from near and far, particularly wrestler-model Peter Johnson and singer Frances Faye. It’s a pleasing but shallow hodgepodge, and though Weber’s juxtapositions are sometimes disjointed or forced, his images are far more compelling than his words. 98 min.