With 3 whacky stories set in France & a galaxy of stars, Wes Anderson pays tribute to the NEW YORKER during its golden years.
Citizen Kane (1941)
A man, unloved as a child & raised by a stranger, seeks love and power by publishing a newspaper, marrying well, & running for governor, his life ending alone.
“Genius,” the story of Max Perkins and Thomas Wolfe is brilliant. Click the image to read my entire review.
CRY FREEDOM (1987)
The friendship of black activist Steve Biko & journalist Donald Woods, set in S. Africa, is told up to Steve’s death & Woods & family fleeing the country.