Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 22.08.2011

  • Why Stupid Sequels Ruin The Originals, Too
  • The Film Snob's Dictionary, Volume 3
  • Magnificent Obsession – One of the great tragedies in cinematic history was the fate of Orson Welles’s 1942 epic, The Magnificent Ambersons, which was cut, reshot, and mutilated by studio functionaries while its visionary director was working on another project in Brazil. Sixty years on, the 132 minutes of the original version—if indeed they exist—are still the holy grail of certain film buffs. The author follows the making, and unmaking, of a movie that Welles believed was the death of his Hollywood career.

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