Yes, I agree with the general drift. WORKING WITH WELLES is a kind of home movie homage to Welles by some of those those who worked with him and admired him. In addition to those personages mentioned, there are remarks by Stacy Keach, Cameron Mitchell, Susan Strasberg, Curtis Harrington, Peter Jason, Peter Bogdanovich, Frank Marshall, and the (nutty-looking and sounding) producer, Sidney Niekerk (NAKED FORCE, 1992)
At its best, WORKING WITH WELLES is like a Sunday party in the backyard, with old friends, sitting in lawn chairs with a glass of wine, remembering someone who made a huge impression upon them. I expecially like the remarks by Jason, Keach, and Marshall. The latter, in particular, who was just getting his start, remembers his experience on OSOTHW with great fondness and delight.
There is a funny-sad story about the difficulties of bringing Edmund O'Brien, a serious alcoholic, onto the set in Carefree, Arizona, and sending him out again.
Strasberg, in her girlish way, tells a sharp story about putting a stop sign in the middle of a shot.
A number of good anecdotes about Welles directing techniques, procedures, and the ambiance on his shoots. Also the "CITIZEN KANE trailer" and a bit of Oja's JADED.