Citizen Kane (1941)

Citizen Kane (1941) isn’t just a movie; it’s a cinematic landmark. This groundbreaking film by Orson Welles revolutionized storytelling with its innovative techniques and complex narrative.
The story follows the investigation into the dying utterance of a wealthy tycoon, Charles Foster Kane (played by Welles himself) – “Rosebud.” A reporter, Jedediah Leland, chases down the meaning behind this cryptic word, interviewing those who knew Kane throughout his life.
While the film might feel slow-paced by modern standards, it’s a rewarding watch for those who appreciate classic cinema. The performances are stellar, particularly Welles’ portrayal of the enigmatic Kane.
Citizen Kane is a must-watch for any film buff. It’s a testament to the power of storytelling and a reminder of the enduring impact it can have on the art form.

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