Each morning, writing the Blog from the Cinema advise you 2 movies to see on tv that night : a film on the set of strings and another, exclusively on TNT, so not to forget anyone !
The program tonight : Nothing on the DTT channels and Citizen Kane on TCM Cinema.
- ON TNT
On Friday, it is diet on the DTT channels on the cinema !
- ON OTHER CHANNELS
On TCM Cinéma à 20h40
Black-and-white – VOST
Technical data sheet
Production : Orson Welles
Screenplay : Herman J. Mankiewicz, Orson Welles
Main actors : Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Dorothy Comingore, Agnes Moorehead
Production companies : Mercury Productions, RKO Pictures
Country of origin : United States
Genre : Drama
Released : 3 July 1946
Duration : 119 minutes
In the early 1940s, Charles Foster Kane dies in his mansion, Xanadu, speaking in a last breath “rosebud” (pink button) and leaving in her hands a snow globe. This last word enigmatic arouses the curiosity of the press. The reporter Thompson is in charge of solving the mystery and goes to meet all those who have experienced it. These meetings at present in which one immerses himself in his memories are accompanied at each time of flashbacks that shed a little more light on his life.
While young, he had to leave his mother, who was by chance the heir of a gold mine, to be cared for by a financier in the perspective of his fortune to come. Become a great magnate of the press, he married the niece of the president of the United States and hopes to make a political career, a career that ends when we learn that he cheats on his wife with Susan, a pseudo-opera singer. His wife asked for divorce, and Kane wife while Susan, who separates from him afterwards. Kane eventually dies alone in his huge mansion unfinished.
Each person who has worked, like Thatcher, Mr. Bernstein, Jedediah Leland, Susan Alexander Kane, and his butler, has a specific perception of the character, often very different from that of the other : stories, although intertwined, are not, therefore, that shed light on some aspects of one-time Charles Foster Kane.
• Oscar for best original screenplay of 1941 (awarded in 1942)
• National Film Registry 1989 : Selected and preserved at the u.s. Library of Congress.
• Elected “Best film of all time” in 2002 by 108 filmmakers and 144 critical international consulted by the british magazine “Sight and Sound” of the British Film Institute.
• Elected “Best film of all time” in 1997 and 2007 by the American Film Institute.
[Source : Wikipedia]
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