Orson Welles's Last Movie
The Making of The Other Side of the WindBook - 2015
In the summer of 1970 legendary but self-destructive director Orson Welles returned to Hollywood from years of self-imposed exile in Europe and decided it was time to make a comeback movie. Coincidentally it was the story of a legendary self-destructive director who returns to Hollywood from years of self-imposed exile in Europe. Welles swore it wasn't autobiographical. The Other Side of the Wind was supposed to take place during a single day, and Welles planned to shoot it in eight weeks. It took twelve years and remains unreleased and largely unseen. Orson Welles' Last Movie is a fast-paced, behind-the-scenes account of the bizarre, hilarious and remarkable making of what has been called "the greatest home movie that no one has ever seen."
Publisher: New York :, St. Martin's Press,, 2015
Edition: First edition
Description: 336 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Branch Call Number: 791.4372 Oth