09. Masterpieces of the Hollywood Studio Years: Citizen Kane

CITIZEN KANE AND AMERICAN CINEMA - THE STORY - CITIZEN KANE AND PLOT STRUCTURE - CITIZEN KANE, THE AMERICAN DREAM, AND THE SEARCH FOR MEANING - CINEMATOGRAPHY AND DEEP FOCUS - SOUND AND MUSIC IN CITIZEN KANE - AFTER CITIZEN KANE

In the 1940s, Citizen Kane, now hailed as one of the greatest films ever made, changed the landscape of motion pictures. The first filmmaker to overcome the aesthetic limitations introduced with the coming of sound, Orsen Welles fully exploited the tools of filmmaking by weaving together the sound, lighting, and camera work to express a complex narrative powerfully tied to themes of the American Dream. This guide provides an in-depth examination of the film's story and structure, its look and use of deep focus photography, and its rich sound design.

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