It's All True

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Released 1993

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Director:
Norman Foster , Bill Krohn
Released:
1993
Rating:
G

It's All True is a film that was initially written and directed by Orson Welles, which remained unfinished for years and was eventually released after his death. It's All True is a feature length film that was divided into three stories, all about Latin Americans. The film was initially planned to be released in four distinct parts, but eventually evolved into the feature length film It's All True. The movie was intended to show how much variety there is in Latin American life, featuring stories such as a chronicle of Louis Armstrong, which never got filmed. My Friend Bonito was a section of the movie that actually got filmed, and was about the life of a bullfighter, as well as Love Story which was loosely based on a story by John Fante, that told the love story of his parents. The film as a whole was never finished and sections remain completely unfinished to this day, yet the parts that were released are considered brilliant.

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