14 July 2024

They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead Netflix Release Trailer Based On Welles Final Days

If you know the history of the great Orson Welles, you’ll know he’s covered every inch of the industry he loved. You will also know the last fifteen years of his life were a struggle for himself. To many F For Fake was his final film until recently The Other Side Of Wind was finally finished.

A film left incomplete due to Welles passing in 1985 but now revived thanks to Peter Bogdanovich. It was Welles wish that his friend would complete that film. Morgan Neville’s They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead Documentary is all based around that final film.

Netflix is set to release the documentary and they have released the film’s Trailer. An insight into Welles vision and personality, a story that looks uniquely outrageous…

Related: Blu-ray Review – F For Fake (1974, The Criterion Collection)

Oscar-winning director Morgan Neville (20 Feet from Stardom) tells the story of legendary director Orson Welles during the final 15 years of his life, as he struggled to make a comeback with one last radical gamble – a film to sum up all that he had lived and learned during his life in Hollywood. This untold chapter of one of the greatest careers in film history shows that until the end, Welles was writing his own narrative as he always had, defiant and unbowed.

They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead will launch globally on Netflix on November 2.

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