Mike (@mumbles3k) and Max (@JMaxHegel) are watching all of Orson Welles’ directorial efforts leading up to The Other Side of the Wind, the director’s new film set to be released over 30 years after his death. Here, they discuss The Lady from Shanghai, a film that, surprise, isn’t as good as Citizen Kane! How can this be? Your hosts are thoroughly perplexed by the plot and the many, many white guys running around in this movie, with all that being said, how does it stand as Welles’ fourth directorial feature? Listen and hear their thoughts.
We see a new podcast series.
Over 30 years after his death comes Orson Welles’ final film.
Beat poet and Thomas Jane fans will appreciate this more than Keanu fans.
Big Mane Energy.
F is for do yourself a Favor and listen to this episode.
The Immortal Story sure is a short story; whether it’s good or not is another story.
We aren’t really feeling Feeling Minnesota.
Welcome to Orson Welles’ Falstaff Cinematic Universe.
Hey guys, the government is bad; want to see a movie about it?
The podcast comes home in the final episode.