Peter Bogdanovich was a household name before directors were stars, a “boy wonder” of the movies. One Day Since Yesterday follows the life and work of this maverick film icon, from his early skyrocketing success with Oscar®-winning films like The Last Picture Show (1971) and Paper Moon (1973) to his polarizing persona to his burgeoning love affair with Dorothy Stratten. A young star of his romantic comedy They All Laughed (1981), Stratten was also its sparkling inspiration. In August 1980, she was murdered. Powerful conversations with the director himself, as well as intimate interviews with friends, family and renowned actors and filmmakers – including Jeff Bridges, Cybill Shepherd, and Quentin Tarantino, Wes Anderson and many more – reveal a man who was often revered, deeply loved and sometimes hated, a man who battled the studios, and one whose devastating loss would eventually reshape his larger-than-life career.