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July 10, 1942
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It's good, but I would really like to see the ending Orson Welles wanted.
There's an Indiegogo campaign going on to finance completing Welles' final film, The Other Side of the Wind https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/other-side-of-the-wind-orson-welles-last-film
This is so tough to rank because we don't have Orson Welles' ending, if we did I think it may be right up their with Citizen Kane.
It is a beautiful film and it is interestingly told. The story is well known behind this movie so I won't go into those details. Engaging and some scenes were deeply moving, but as a whole I felt emotionally disconnected from the proceedings.