And still another thing: Welles was an 'aristocrat' (not only) in terms of his work - far away from Chaplin and Hitchcock ... and our society.
She lent her alluring, world-weary presence to three Welles films (THE TRIAL, FALSTAFF/CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT, THE IMMORTAL STORY) that would otherwise never have been made.
... who never completes another film in the next 16 years of his life, except for his big essay project stitched together from snippets of other people's footage – ?
... the part Welles gave to Kodar called for a woman in her twenties, not in her forties. That Moreau would refuse to accept this and then take it out on Kodar, and later on Welles, does not show her in the best light.
Where will it be in 2008 ?The retrospective was curated by the Munich Film Museum, which organized two similarly ambitious Welles conferences in Germany
(Munich in 1999, Mannheim in 2002), as part of the Film Museum's triennial
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