Full Disclosure 2014 The Directors Cut: Orson Welles

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For the month of May, ScreenAnarchy commemorates what would have been the great Orson Welles' 99th birthday by putting his career under the spotlight. In Full Disclosure, we take the filmography of a revered filmmaker each month and then select a film we have never seen before and assess it for the very first time. While none of our collective needed to strike Citizen Kane off their lists of shame this time around (many having already done so just last year), in the gallery below you can read some fresh thoughts on a wide selection of Welles' works, including Touch of Evil, The Magnificent Ambersons and The Lady From Shanghai

Peter Martin, Kurt Halfyard, Niels Matthijs, Ard Vijn, Kwenton Bellette, Christopher O'Keeffe, James Dennis, Ernesto Zelaya Miñano, Jaime Grijalba Gomez, Jim Tudor, Patryk Czekaj and Shelagh Rowan-Legg contributed to this story.

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