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If you do, you will feel deep in you the suffering and it will possibly bring tears to your eyes.
Orson always used audio with equal mastery as his visual style, and in this sequence you can see just how rough one was without the other.
And even though it was shot on an old-style camera for the time, the footage is particularly good and very well made.
Usual Welles bombast. One can say that Welles brought all his troubles on himself. That he was a boy wonder is undeniable, but this and many of his future products (like "Lady... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bill M
This documentary tells the story of a lost film that Orson Welles filmed in 1942 but never saw released. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes
When I saw this movie the first time on the TRIO channel, I was intrigued by the story of how Orson Welles was assigned the task of making "It's All True" as part of the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Andres Plasencia, Jr.
The mind of a genius is not always easy to understand nor is the vision. It helps to have a road map of sorts and this provides great insight.Published 19 months ago by bumper
Very happy to see what we thought was lost footage emerge from the vaults! Great doc. & very well done using Welles' footage. A MUST OWN for any loyal Orson Welles fan.Published 20 months ago by na
The centerpiece of this video is the long lost "Four Men On A Raft" footage. I have known the now nearly vanished log jangadas of Northeast Brazil for over forty years. Read morePublished on March 6, 2011 by RJay
This movie is, as expected from a Welles' movie, very beautiful and touching. In my opinion, a bit too dark (but who am I to argue with Orson Welles "poetry"? Read morePublished on January 15, 2011 by Nelson H. Ferrari
One of Welles' lesser viewed projects, and one of his best. It's fascinating to see the direction he was heading into with this film. Read morePublished on February 18, 2009 by Jeffrey Griffin
It's funny, reading these reviews no one has commented on the obvious. I live in Europe and was treated to a documentary on RKO pictures that featured commentary on Welles and gave... Read morePublished on March 24, 2005 by Donald Charlot