They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead (2018)

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Avail­able Thurs­day Along­side its re­lease of Or­son Welles’s long-un­fin­ished, now-com­pleted The Other Side of the Wind, Net­flix is dis­tribut­ing a sep­a­rate project as a com­pan­ion film of sorts. Mor­gan Neville’s doc­u­men­tary They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead chron­i­cles the mak­ing of The Other Side of the Wind, Welles’s fi­nal pas­sion project. Through a wealth of clips from the project, be­hind-the-scenes footage, and in­ter­views with sur­viv­ing crew and peo­ple who knew the now-de­ceased ones, the doc traces the tu­mul­tuous decade-long pro­duc­tion. Welles is very much the fo­cus, even though the strug­gle to fin­ish The Other Side of the Wind con­tin­ued through­out the decades af­ter him, right up un­til Net­flix came on­board a few years ago. The movie uses the abortive Wind shoot as

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