<strong>Orson Welles</strong> and the myth of the self-destructive auteur. Yes, he was difficult. But his late-career slide was less a mark of failure than of integrity

Orson Welles and the myth of the self-destructive auteur. Yes, he was difficult. But his late-career slide was less a mark of failure than of
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Orson Welles and the myth of the self-destructive auteur. Yes, he was difficult. But his late-career slide was less a mark of failure than of integrity

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