Robin Farmer, guest reviewer for “Me and Orson Wells,” brings a compelling view to Jana Segal’s Reel Inspiration. I’m eager to see this film; I know exactly who I want to see it with–a playwright.
Here’s how Robin’s review begins:
Based on Robert Kaplow’s novel of the same name, “Me and Orson Welles” is a coming of age story unfolding during the course of one week in 1937.
What could be better? A drama about the creative process–crashes & crescendos–set in that fascinating decade the 1930s. I’ll see you there!