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Charles Foster Kane has everything he ever dreamed of - talent, power, money, influence and the devotion of a beautiful woman. So why does this media mogul die unhappy? Set in the America of the early 20th century, Citizen Kane unravels like a mystery story, with a journalist piecing together clues as he tries to work out the meaning of the last word the millionaire newspaper owner spoke before he died. But the real secret is not only what took place in that final moment. It's also how a man can have it all, and yet feel as if he has nothing - and how the world sees him as a result. Citizen Kane is often hailed as the greatest film ever made - a true classic whose story and style still seem as fresh today as they did when it was made in 1941.
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