Orson Welles in a scene from his 1973 documentary “F for Fake.”
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How Orson Welles, John Huston attempted one last filmFew great movie directors end their careers on a high note. Orson Welles is among the great directors who are praised in spite of their final films. In Welles' centennial year, Josh Karp's "Orson Welles's Last Movie" serves as a primer about the director's life and career while detailing how Welles spent years, beginning in 1970, trying to make a movie about a famous director trying to make a movie.Welles talked his friend John Huston into playing the fictional director.Orson Welles' last film, with John Huston as its star, might yet provide two Hollywood lions a final roar.
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