Roger Ebert celebrates Orson Welles’ rare masterpiece, Chimes at Midnight:

There was not something Falstaffian about Welles, there was everything. Welles grew fat and in debt, took jobs unworthy of him, was trailed by sycophants and leeches, yet was loved by good women and honored by those who could see him clearly.

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