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Welles also wanted greatly to tell a story that was a resemblance of his own life. Having lost both his parents at a young age, and being a large part of the public eye in his teen years, Kane was very much like Welles. Citizen Cane broke the mold in 1941 and for movies to come.
There are many reasons that Citizen Kane is viewed to be one of the best movies ever...
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The first one is the overall pace of the movie. The montage in the beginning was something that had not been done on that scale. Also how the script circles around it keeps the audience intrigued because the story is non-linear. The second reason is the directing and cinematography. Even though most of the techniques he used are now seen in almost every movie, in 1941 it was ground breaking...
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