Before he was slowed by Alzheimer’s, Virgil Frye was a violent, womanizing, drug-abusing, alcoholic bit actor—“a Renaissance man,” says his daughter, Soleil Moon Frye, sans irony. An actress herself (Punky Brewster; Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), Soleil directed this 2003 feature, in which she springs the old guy from his care home and hits the road in an RV, hoping to make up for lost time. He pushes her on a swing and tells rambling war stories about hanging out with Dennis Hopper; she styles his hair and tearfully rebukes him for being a bad father. I can understand why she needed to make the trip, but not why she brought a camera crew. 89 min.