The Dominici Affair
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The Dominici Affair
Planned as an episode of his mid-'50s television series Around the World With Orson Welles, The Dominici Affair proves that Orson Welles was just as innovative a television director as he was a filmmaker and radio artist. Welles left the film unfinished, leaving only a rough cut in a vault in France. This documentary includes a reconstruction of it based on his notes, as well as an examination of his working methods, some background on the case, and recollections by people associated with the production. The Dominici Affair itself was France's most celebrated postwar murder case. An… More
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