There’s only one upcoming film I’m more intrigued and excited about than Malick’s The Tree of Life, and it’s this one:
The Other Side of the Wind portrays the last hours of an ageing
film director. Welles is said to have told John Huston, who
plays the lead role: “It’s about a bastard director… full of
himself, who catches people and creates and destroys them. It’s
about us, John.”
The unedited film has been hidden away in a vault until now amid
doubts that it could ever be shown.
Rumours of its release have surfaced repeatedly since it was shot
in 1972, but an ownership dispute has always scuppered any plans.
However, a Los Angeles lawyer told the Observer last week that the
film will finally be seen.
I mean, holy shit.