Me and Orson Welles

Me and Orson Welles
Me and Orson Welles

Year

2008

Duration

108 minutes

Genres

Biopics, Comedy, Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

This joyous comedy drama focuses on a period from the early career of Welles, before he directed Citizen Kane. It's 1937 and stagestruck high-school kid Richard is offered a role in Welles's production of Julius Caesar. A man of vast appetite - for food, for art and for women, to name the top three - Welles is brilliant, inspiring and not to be trusted. Anyone who's felt the lure of the creative life will love this tribute to a reckless genius.

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This film contains moderate sex references and language.

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