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Citizen Kane

Regie Orson Welles
USA, 1941
Drama

Darum geht's

Orson Welles’ berühmtester Film. Auf dem Sterbebett murmelt der Zeitungstycoon Charles Foster Kane als letztes Wort “Rosebud”. Ein Journalist will das Geheimnis dieses letzten Wortes entschlüsseln.

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Citizen Kane Regie Orson Welles

Auszeichnungen & Festivals

Academy Awards

1942 | 8 Nominiert unter anderem: Best Actor in a Leading Role

1942 | Gewinner: Best Writing, Original Screenplay

The pictorial variety of the film is, I think, unprecedented. The “News on the March” sequence becomes a virtuoso exercise in all the techniques that the rest of the film won’t be using. For perhaps the first time in history, Welles artificially distresses his staged scenes to make them match archival footage. He adds scratches and light flares.
May 06, 2016
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It is a stylistically shape-shifting masterpiece of cinematic high modernism, and a scandalously gossipy melodrama. It is a Proustian consideration of time and consciousness and a grab-bag of often hilariously quotable lines. It is a story that is about storytelling, especially those we tell about ourselves – from the capitalist Thatcher’s self-important pomposity to Jed Leland’s bitterness to Bernstein’s sagacious ruefulness and regret. It is a tragedy, a comedy, at times a hallucination.
July 20, 2015
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The camera eye that seeks also deforms, sprawling tracking shots and depth of focus side by side with shock cuts and warped vantages and the most astonishingly dissonant of soundscapes, the myth assiduously erected is inevitably dismantled. “I know I’ve played at the game, like a moth in a blue flame, lost in the end just the same…” An endless fountain of inspiration for Resnais, Ruiz, Coppola, Roeg and innumerable others; for Welles, just a beginning.
May 11, 2015
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