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Jake Hanaford is a famous filmmaker who was in European exile for a long time, and when he returned he decided to return to glory again. Jake died in a serious car accident before he revived an old legacy by producing an exciting comedy film. At the time of the Hanford Concert, this comedy film (The Other Side of the Wind) was shown but incomplete, yet it was well received by everyone.
What to call this Hollywood takedown from Orson Welles, besides the best 1970's movie to be released in the 21st century? It's also chaotic and jumbled and strictly for those who care about the history of film and its indispensable master builder.
Even if it may not exactly be the movie its creator would have made, the artifact is still a thorny, inventive, brain-melting tour de force that confirms Welles's skill at finding beauty and meaning within chaos.