Wednesday 19th October 2011, 6 pm - Auditorium - Jardine’s Lookout
Movie by Orson Welles (USA, 1940) 119 mn.
With Orson Welles, Joseph cotton, Dorothy Comingore.
English (USA) with French subtitles.
The newspaper baron Charles Foster Kane, one of the richest and most
powerful men in America if not the world, dies. A newspaperman digs into
his past seeking the meaning of his enigmatic last word: "Rosebud".
Following the showing of the movie, two presentation and analysis sessions will be organised on Tuesday 18th October and on Thursday 20th October from 11:35am till 12:30pm (sandwiches authorised).
Interested students can contact Mrs Gademer to register.