The Master Touch

Orson Welles's baroque thriller—and final Hollywood movie—turns 50
by Tom Charity   posted Oct 9, 2008

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Tom Charity is a film critic for and, and a regular contributor to Sight & Sound, Cinema Scope, and numerous other publications. His books include John Cassavetes: Lifeworks; The Right Stuff (BFI Modern Classics) and The Rough Guide to Film.

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