Me and Orson Welles movie review () | Roger EbertMe and Orson Welles is an enchanting coming-of-age story set in s Manhattan, on Broadway to be exact. Its hero, year-old New Jersey-born Richard Samuels, has a great many ideas about himself, all steeped in stage and screen. Gazing in the mirror, Richard routinely detects "the earnestness of Gary Cooper, the playfulness of Cary Grant, and maybe just a whisper of Astaire". Might he, too, be somebody? He ponders star quality. When did it happen?
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Nov 11, ISBN Jun 28, ISBN Beautifully translated to screen by Richard Linklater, the film stars Zac Efron as Richard Samuels, a stage-struck seventeen-year-old from New Jersey who wanders onto the set and accidentally gets cast in the show, forever changing his life as he becomes caught in a vortex of celebrity, ego, art, and love. Paperback 2 —. Add to Cart Add to Cart.
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