The synopsis below may give away important plot points. Synopsis It'sand newspaper tycoon Charles Foster Kane Orson Welleswho also directed and co-wrote the script is dead. The opening shots show Xanadu, Kane's vast, elaborate, and now unkempt estate in Florida.
It was written by, directed by and acted by Orson Welles. The story was set in Xanada in Florida and started with an introduction about that place. Later on in the film, we will deeply understand his relationships between him and his wife and about his career. The newsrell was played in a small projection room filled with reporters.
For the reason, she was drunk, she was not willing to tell anything about him, so the waiter told Jerry that she spoke of him often when he was alive, but she said she had never heard of rosebud before.
After that, Jerry went to Hall and he read a diary of Charles. This was set in Colordo, and Charles was still a young child. As a result, Charles was completely upset and disappointed by that.
Charles constantly made Thatcher very angry, as he was wasting his money to open a newspaper company. Back to reality, Jane found the next two pages was blank and he was asked to leave, as he only had time until 4: Jerry went to find other people who were close to Charles and these character related their memories of the man through flashbacks as well.
He also talked about his 1st and 2nd wife and his personalities in the film. After meeting with Mr. He told him about the events how they met each other, but he also talked about his point of view about Charles. This time, Susan told him the reason why he left Charles and again there was a flashback there.
Before Jerry left, Susan told him to find the butler, Raymond, because she knew there will be more information from him. Jerry immediately ran to interview this butler, Raymond. He asked for dollars and they agreed. The story were telling from 5 different points of view.
From their point of view, we knew that Charles was arrogant, lonely, thoughtless, morally bankrupt, desperate for attention, and incapable of giving love for his two wives. This faults eventually caused Charles to lose his career, friend and the beloved ones.
Furthermore, the film gave the audience a feeling of supicious in the story. I even thought of the film was about the haunted mansion. That really made the movie effective.
The film was made smoothly.It's , and newspaper tycoon Charles Foster Kane (Orson Welles, who also directed and co-wrote the script) is dead.
The opening shots show Xanadu, Kane's . Citizen Kane was a film released in and it it was voted #1 in history of American film.
It was written by, directed by and acted by Orson Welles. The story was set in Xanada in Florida and started with an introduction about that place.4/4(1).
After talking to Bernstein, Thompson goes to visit Kane's ex-best friend, Jedediah Leland. Leland tells the story of how Kane went from a young idealist to a bitter old egomaniac that tried to use his fortune to force people to love him. Over the years, Leland tried to point out Kane's faults, but Kane eventually fired him for disloyalty.
The newsreel tells us that Kane was the biggest newspaper tycoon of the 20th century. He also owned a bunch of paper mills, grocery stores, etc. During the newsreel, we look in on a room full of old white dudes discussing how Charles Foster Kane first came into fortune.
It's , and newspaper tycoon Charles Foster Kane (Orson Welles, who also directed and co-wrote the script) is dead. The opening shots show Xanadu, Kane's vast, elaborate, and now unkempt estate in Florida.
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