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 Welles’ adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Does Welles fail or succeed here on his own terms? Is Shakespeare the Orson Welles of plays? And how often can Welles direct the same story — the rise of man who is eventually brought down by his ambition? Listen to possibly find out the answers to these questions.
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