Me and Orson Welles
Laura said on 2021-09-01:
"Me and Orson Welles" caught my attention back in 2009 when Roger Ebert called it "possibly the best movie about the theatre I've ever seen." I had always been curious about Orson Welles. Add in the fact that Richard Linklater directed this when he was known best for contemporary filmmaking like "Before Sunrise," "Dazed and Confused" and "Slacker." And who was this Zac Efron kid anyway? Great energy and style, even better casting, just a terrific little time capsule of what it must have been like to share a theater with a young Welles. It's a high-schooler played by a teen idol up against the enchanting Christian McKay as the best version of Welles you'll see that isn't actually Welles himself.

Director: Richard Linklater, Dick Pope Writer: Vincent Palmo Jr., Holly Gent, Robert Kaplow
Run time: 114 minutes Release date: 2009-11-25
Floor location: Drama Format: DVD
Production Countries: United States of America
Spoken Languages: English
New York, 1937. A teenager hired to star in Orson Welles' production of Julius Caesar becomes attracted to a career-driven production assistant.

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