SOMEONE TO LOVE
1987, Rainbow Releasing, 110 min, USA, Dir: Henry Jaglom

Director Henry Jaglom and some of his filmmaking friends convened at Santa Monica’s Mayfair Music Hall for a Valentine’s Day look at love. Among the guests in this largely improvised reflection on relationships are Sally Kellerman, singer Stephen Bishop and Orson Welles (in his final onscreen appearance).


A SAFE PLACE
1971, Sony Pictures Repertory, 89 min, USA, Dir: Henry Jaglom

In Henry Jaglom’s directorial debut, Tuesday Weld is superb as a troubled flower child in New York City being pulled between two very different men (played by Jack Nicholson and the Firesign Theatre’s Phil Proctor) and seeking refuge in soothing memories (like that of magician Orson Welles).


TEPEPA
1969, 136 min, Italy, Dir: Giulio Petroni

Brit doctor John Steiner saves revolutionary hero Tomas Milian from Colonel Orson Welles’ post-revolutionary firing squad - so he can kill Milian for himself! The betrayals mount up en route to two climactic shocks. Co-written by Franco Solinas (BATTLE OF ALGIERS). Quentin Tarantino lists this film as one of his 20 favorite spaghetti Westerns. In Italian with English subtitles. Not available on Region 1 DVD.


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