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Inheritors of 'The Wind' Murawski and Segal Finish Welles' Final Film A scene from The Other Side of the Wind. by Peter Tonguette portraits by Christopher Fragapane stills courtesy of Netflix/José María Castellví O rson Welles was looking forward to editing The Other Side of the Wind. In 1970, before he had even begun shooting what became his now-fabled unfinished (until this year) film, Welles discussed his post-production plans in a conversation with his friend, actor- director-writer Peter Bogdanovich, who was then interviewing Welles for their posthumously published interview book, This Is Orson Welles (1992). The screenplay, written by Welles in collaboration with his companion and muse Oja Kodar, revolved around Jake Hannaford (John Huston), a long-in-the-tooth filmmaker who has a personal friendship — and professional rivalry — with an upwardly mobile director, Brooks Otterlake (Bogdanovich). >>>

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