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Orson Welles: The Paris Interview (1960)

A vintage interview captures the artist reflecting on Citizen Kane and expounding on directing, acting and writing and his desire to bestow a valuable legacy upon his profession. The scene ... See full summary »

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A vintage interview captures the artist reflecting on Citizen Kane and expounding on directing, acting and writing and his desire to bestow a valuable legacy upon his profession. The scene is a hotel room in Paris. The year 1960. The star, Orson Welles. This is a pearl of cinematic memorabilia. Written by G. Forman

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7 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

All I can say is wow. This was a documentary interview that was more about the subject of film than the person himself. What he does say about his work is very candid. And maybe more than any interview I ever saw anyone speak of their own work. Just learning why Kane was so innovative was very surprising, and I wont spoil it for you. And it was only a small part of the whole. This is a must see. Considering how old this is, and how relevant it still is, is important in and of itself. It shows that the industry may have changed. But people do not. More than just an interview, this is a piece of history. A must for any film buff.


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