This particular showing Glenn was part of the Wexner Center for the Arts outdoor movie series, and was just a fantastic event. It was free and open to the public, featured several trailers for other of Welles' films before the movie, as well as some neat drive-in movie advertisements for bug spray and that sort of thing. The actual film print was a little rough in places, but overall it was a fantastic experience, and there were probably a couple hundred people there. The film received a nice round of applause at the end, and I could really feel that the audience was truly enjoying themselves. One of the best times I've had viewing a Welles film. I really hope this sort of thing becomes much more commonplace around here.