Los Angeles -- It seems the closest bona fide film auteur here in the states is the late Orson Wells whose bombastic personality paled in comparison to his true authentic genius when it came to communicating the spoken word through the medium of film and sound. He was not only a master of the moving image but a pioneer of sorts through the most unlikely medium of sound as transmitted through Radio. An accomplished magician as well, Welles has played his magic with such convincing detail and melodrama that you were left pondering, specifically during his radio days, whether or not what you just heard was true or false. His War of The Worlds radio drama made broadcasting history by convincing a nation that the world was being invaded by Martians. Albeit the world at that time was in the midst of the dawning days of the Second World War. So the paranoia index was quite high at the time. Here is a glimpse into the mind of a film making genius sharing with candor the triumph of the cinema whom he helped author and create. This is one of the best lessons you can ever get on how to and not to make a movie. Ladies and gentlemen Maestro Orson Wells on the making of Citizen Kane.
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