Netflix Plans To Complete Orson Welles’s Last Movie “The Other Side Of The Wind”

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Orson Welles, the acting and directing genius as he was often considered to be, could not finish his final project, “The Other Side Of The Wind” due to his death in 1985. After several failed attempts to revitalize the project and see it to fruition, the movie might finally see the light of the day with Netflix getting involved.

Orson Welles

One of the movie’s actors, Frank Marshall was quoted as saying, “We’re going to get this made.” In 2014, Frank Marshall and Peter Bogdanovich, who also worked in the movie, secured the rights to the script. They tried to raise 2 million USD via Indigogo but the project could not secure enough funding. But now with Netflix’s interest in the project, connoisseurs of Orson Welles’s work might finally get to enjoy him one last time anew.

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Soumyajit is an SAP technical consultant with a flair for writing. An avid blog reader, he started off with a free WordPress blog and slowly moved to his own personal news and blog site. Apart from writing he loves reading books, playing table tennis and long bike trips. He is currently trying to learn playing guitar and failing miserably.

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