Orson Welles' masterpiece becomes more richly rewarding with each viewing.
Dir Orson Welles
With Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Everett Sloane, Agnes Moorehead
Welles’ timeless masterpiece about a dying, lonely media tycoon wondering how he’ll be remembered by his friends and the world at large is both a philosophically profound meditation on the complexities and contradictions of the human individual and a subtle study of the influence and limitations of wealth and power. It becomes more richly rewarding – and intriguingly mysterious – with every viewing.