Synopsis by Phil Griffin
Legendary director Orson Welles' spends more than a decade working on his ambitious, semi-autobiographical film The Other Side of the Wind, known as the greatest movie never made. Welles films hours of surreal, meta footage that was never assembled before his death in 1985. Featuring present-day interviews with friends and collaborators Peter Bogdanovich, Oja Kodar, Beatrice Welles and more.
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