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Los Feliz 3 | ‘Jeanne Moreau: An American Cinematheque Retrospective’
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Integrating elements from both Henry IV plays as well as Richard II, Henry V, and The Merry Wives of Windsor, Orson Welles created an unorthodox Shakespeare film that is also a gritty period piece, one that he called “a lament . . . for the death of Merrie England.” Poetic, philosophical, and visceral – with a kinetic battle sequence centerpiece as impressive as anything else Welles directed – CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT is as monumental as the figure at its center. Look out for Jeanne Moreau as Shakespeare’s Doll Tearsheet, unlikely assistant to Welles’ Sir Falstaff.
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