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Orson Welles's the Other Side of the Wind: A Film by Orson Welles (2011)

The ambiguously gay soul of Orson Welles tries to finish his last film, while trapped in Purgatory with Werner Herzog and a lactose intolerant roommate - all while trying to fend off Klaus Kinski and Satan.

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Felix Else

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Cast

Cast overview:
Drew Boston Drew Boston ... George Orson Welles (as Andrew James Boston)
Zach LaMalfa Zach LaMalfa ... Werner Herzog Stipetic (as Zachary Pearse LaMalfa)
Chris Miller Chris Miller ... Craig
A.J. Ditty A.J. Ditty ... Klaus Kinski
Felix Else Felix Else ... The Director (Satan) (as Austin Eason)
Megan Pinson Megan Pinson ... The Assistant Director
Rosie Duke Rosie Duke ... Jamaican Gregg Toland
Julianne Long Julianne Long ... The Floor Manager
Blake Jones Blake Jones ... The Script Girl
Taylor DeLuca Taylor DeLuca ... Taylor
Bryan Felber Bryan Felber ... The Fruit Button
Jess Yorko Jess Yorko ... The Sound Beard
Evan Scott Evan Scott ... The Invisible Man
Ashray Singh Ashray Singh ... The Tape Player
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Storyline

The ambiguously gay soul of Orson Welles tries to finish his last film, while trapped in Purgatory with Werner Herzog and a lactose intolerant roommate - all while trying to fend off Klaus Kinski and Satan.

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | German

Release Date:

2011 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$300 (estimated)
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Much of Welles' and Kinski's seemingly absurd dialogue is actually taken verbatim from interviews, albeit out of context. See more »

Quotes

Werner Herzog Stipetic: Of course you can do it, Orson! Remember that time when we drank the magic yogurt, and became lost in the desert? And we found a camel, and the camel had four humps, and the humps were made of fire. And fire shot out from his nostrils, and his tongue was flaming red. And there was a rope ladder which was hanging from the sky, so we climbed up it, but we had to leave the camel behind, because camels cannot climb.
George Orson Welles: Thank you Werner. You're the only soul I can rely on any...
Werner Herzog Stipetic: That's great, Orson, ...
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Crazy Credits

"All music used without permission. Fuck [???]. Snacks." See more »

Connections

Spoofs Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972) See more »

Soundtracks

Sunlight Diamond (from Still Lives)
Composed and Performed by Alvin Lucier
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