The magnificent, obsessive care to detail synonymous with Stanley Kubrick’s filmography is perhaps best represented and utilized in his 1975 masterpiece, Barry Lyndon.
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Katherine Bayford is a doctoral student at the University of Nottingham. She writes about film, politics, and military strategy.
Orson Welles' Othello is a fever dream in both production and result—the former a nightmare, the latter bliss.
The Other Side of the Wind became a sprawling, uncontainable, years-long odyssey into Orson Welles’s relationship with betrayal, his standing in the world, and his own self.