How does he react to the death of his first wife and his adored little boy? From the film's onset, it is evident that it is going to be a tale of woe. Schaefer refused the bribe. A wunderkind and innovator of stage and radio, Orson Welles and his Mercury Theater company caught the eyes of Hollywood after his infamous radio adaptation of H.
They had one copy sent to their office in New York, resulting in it being leaked to press. He describes it as cynical, ironic, oppressive, and realistic.
Welles later explained, "I left him on his own finally, because we'd started to waste too much time haggling. The flashbacks are given from the perspectives of characters who are aging or forgetful, which casts doubt on the memories being discussed.
Behind Kane on the wall is a window that seems to be of average size.