This work charts the life of a man who stilled the world with his performance in "Citizen Kane" in 1941. It traces the rise and fall of one of Hollywood's greatest innovators - raconteur nonpareil, gifted with invention and awesome talent whose early success bored him and triggered the long decline into excess and self-destruction. This biography probes the essential questions surrounding Welles, realizing the ferocious energy and demonic intellect behind the boy genius. Despite his production of dazzling Broadway theatre and radio drama, and his performance - perhaps the best in his career - as Harry Lime in "The Third Man", he lived in a strange twilight world where he felt rejected and hopelessly unfulfilled. The work ends with the final rootless years, when he yielded to obesity and the genius Welles became a tragic figure.
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David Thomson is London-born but has lived and worked in California for over twenty years. He writes and reviews films regularly for major press publications.
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Descrizione libro Little, Brown. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Brand New. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria zk0316914371
Descrizione libro LITTLE, BROWN. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. 0316914371 TRACKING NUMBER INCLUDED New Unread Book May have some very minor shelf wear. Codice libro della libreria A-2-33