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Thursday, August 6, 2015

‘Brief visual pattern’

At the Movies column by Michael Wood at London Review of Books,
"In a memo about Touch of Evil, Orson Welles asked Universal Studios to pay attention to the ‘brief visual pattern’ he had drawn, suggesting improvements for the film. ...
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"In 1998, Walter Murch, using the Welles memo, re-edited all the material he could find into a work coming closer to what he saw as the director’s intentions, and it is this version that the BFI is now making available again. ..."

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