4 comments on “Citizen Kane

  1. I saw Citizen Kane for the first time on TV, with my parents, and in the middle somebody drove into our car and we had to rush out, so it was a couple of years before I found out what “Rosebud” was. (Welles claimed to hate the whole “Rosebud” thing, which seemed like pop psychology to him, but he couldn’t think of another way to end the movie. I think his view was much more expressed in the final lines of Touch of Evil.)

    I do recommend getting the Kane DVD with Roger Ebert’s commentary. No matter how much you’ve studied the film, you’ll learn a lot more about it.

  2. I’ve been putting off reviewing Citizen Kane for forever. So much pressure for the number one ranked film EVER! And so many details in the production and filming. Staggering. You did a great job! Love the site

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