The innovative photographer and filmmaker Robert Frank doesn’t have much to say for himself in this 2015 documentary profile, but with a career as storied as his, he barely needs to say anything. Frank emigrated to the U.S. from Switzerland after World War II, fell in with the Beats in New York City, and made a name for himself in 1958 with the haunting photo essay The Americans; during the next six decades he would collaborate with such counterculture luminaries as Allen Ginsberg (on the Beat film Pull My Daisy) and the Rolling Stones (on the album art for Exile on Main Street and the scandalous, still-unreleased documentary Cocksucker Blues). Director Laura Israel hangs out with the nonagenarian artist in his funky Bleecker Street apartment and incorporates brief clips from some of his lesser-known film projects, which help to liven up the desultory conversation.