In America magazine, Fr. Richard A. Blake, S.J., writes about the relevance and timelessness of the film “Citizen Kane,” which had its general release to American audiences 75 years ago. Fr. Blake is a professor of film studies at BC and the author of Afterimage: The Indelible Catholic Imagination in the Works of Six American Filmmakers and Street Smart: The New York of Lumet, Allen, Scorsese and Lee, among other works.
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