The Orson Also Rises: A Brief History of Rescuing ‘The Other Side of the Wind’

The Orson Also Rises: A Brief History of Rescuing ‘The Other Side of the Wind’
It begins with a death — a car accident that takes the life of a legendary director on his 70th birthday — and ends with a giant phallic symbol toppling over. In between those two moments, you get young film critics arguing, old actors kvetching, a Jim Morrison doppelganger, a naked woman wandering around an abandoned back lot, John Huston dispensing insults by a swimming pool, an orgy in a public bathroom, mannequins being used for target practice, empty drive-in theaters and the world’s greatest sex scene in a moving car.
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