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This promises the ultimate transfer and a wealth of top rated supplements. Fingers crossed, I really want to clear my head of a half centuries knowledge of this classic and endeavor to watch it anew. From my experience this film still holds a wealth experimental photography applied to capture the surreal lifestyle and behavior of influential power of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst who lived as he died searching for his own truth, that will lead him to understsad what he'd he'd lost and never recover.
It was so stream of consciousness that I must've been nearly unconscious, imbibing ale late at night (that's the culprit). Still, Orson's magnum opus sleighs me.
pleasure snowballs. But hey, I'm a flake.
Whenever I watch Citizen Kane I have the urge to watch Stagecoach again. Sometimes I think Stagecoach is the best movie ever.
ground-breaking cinematography, excellent script, startlingly "modern" direction--- C K has it all. The film truly rewards the best visual presentation possible. A great home system at least 65" is the way to go--- but a poor substitute, that said, for a theater with a good print.
Don't forget "The Magnificent Ambersons." It gets short shrift, but in its own way, approximates the greatness of C K.
(partially) and starring Welles.
To say one prefers another film he merely stars in is off-topic. What other films that he directed are better?
That said, T T M is a wonderful film, Reed a great director--- but it's influence cannot hold a candle to the blazing sunlight of C K. Few films can...
Have you seen the film Mank starring Gary Oldman? From that film's point of view, Wells hired Herman Mankiewicz to write the screenplay, but Mankiewicz's condition was that his name not be attached to the film because of his relationship with Hearst's inner circle, particularly Marion Davies. When Mankiewicz's relationship with Hearst began to deteriorate, he then decided he wanted credit for the screenplay since there weren't any bridges left to burn.
He and Wells then fought over giving Mankwiewicz credit for the screenplay, but Wells refused to take his name off the screenplay, and instead reluctantly added Mankiewicz's name. According to Frank Mankiewicz (who was also Kennedy's press secretary), Wells' name was on the screenplay only because, per his contract with the studio, he would only be paid if his name was on the screenplay.
On the other hand, journalist/historian Harold Lebo claims that Wells extensively rewrote parts of the Mankiewicz' original screenplay. Who knows where the truth lies.
Violets are blue. I'm a schizophrenic and so am I. :-) :-)
Sorry, no one yet has come up with a rhyme for that color/fruit.
which would be my recommendation for that guy.
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