In which 1941 film ? does Orson Weelles play the character of a megalomaniac newspaper publisher, based in part on the life of william randolph hearst ?
Asked by stalin, 01 Mar 01:01 pm
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Citizen KaneAnswered by PARTHA PATHAK, 01 Mar 01:02 pm
This is a great film by John Huston -- the terminology "femme fatale" is from the French and means the dangerous main woman/girI character; she may also be a spy for the lethal villain or in this case is the one who is behind a lot of the killings/mayhem. "Noir" French for black values is an interesting aspect of the crime / mystery films of this era and you should read a good film textbook to make clear what your instructor's question about the production values and film's look are meant to encompass ! "Sam Spade" is of course a fictional character and a rather amoral agent for the side of the "good" / law and order; good luck in phrasing your answers to these worthwhile questions.Answered by Mickey, 01 Mar 01:10 pm
Citizen KaneAnswered by rajnikant raiyarela, 01 Mar 01:07 pm
Citizen Kane (Lead roles-Mollie Kent, Orson Welles)Answered by RadhikaAsSweetHeart, 01 Mar 01:03 pm