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After foisting one over on the low threshold of common sense that characterizes the American public with his radio adaptation of H.G. Well’s The War of the Worlds, a kind of national exercise in mass hysteria and trauma that conveyed … Continue reading
by Jesse Marinoff Reyes : … American cinema’s one-time enfante terrible, and one of Hollywood’s most enigmatic stars—making him one of my all-time favorites—we take a look at some graphic expressions of his most famous film, the European-inflected CITIZEN KANE, … Continue reading