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Tuesday, February 3

(1987, Henry Jaglom) In his final role, Welles muses on film, feminism, and marriage as one of a group of director Jaglom’s unmarried friends – among them Ronee Blakely, Dave Frishberg and Sally Kellerman – invited to chronicle their relationship woes on the stage of an about-to-be-demolished theater. Approx. 111 min. 35mm.

Reviews

“Orson's observations on film, feminism, marriage etc. are as wittily perceptive as one might expect.” 
– Geoff Andrew, Time Out (London)

“Henry Jaglom’s alternately engaging and chaotic rumination on loneliness and aloneness in the 1980s, blessed with an almost overwhelming final screen appearance by Orson Welles.” 
– Variety

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