Against all the odds and thank to a few visonaries, here at last comes Orson Welles’ Don Quijote. This man whose spirit certainly rests next to Leonardo da Vinci’s, Picasso’s, John Ford’s, Duke Ellington’s and J.S. Bach’s to name but few, and whose ashes rest in Andalucia. May be he indulgent with his modest disciples, that’s all we ask him, especially since he had always lived guided by the same feeling that made us see it through: love Jess Franco Générique tournage original Réalisateur : Orson Welles Images : José Garcia Galisteo, Juan Manuel de la Chica, Edmond Richard, Jack Draper, Ricardo Navarrete, Manuel Mateos, Giorio Tonti Montage ; Mauricio Lucidi, Renzo Lucidi, Pter Pareshelles, Irah Wohl, Alberto Valenzuela Montage actuel : Adaptation des dialogues : Javier Mina, Jess Franco Son : Angels Serrano, Ian Sasplugas Montage : Rosa Maria Almirall, Fatima Michalczik Direction du montage et de la post-production : Jess Franco Musique : Daniel J. White Voix de : José Mediavilla, Juan Carlos Ordonez, Constantino Romero
He was a filmmaker and an actor; he started his carreer in theater and radio. His film Citizen Kane was a revolution for direction in 1941. He died in 1985.