""Citizen Kane" is like that glass globe that we can peer inside and see the illusion of life...and consider our own lives. And in the end we are left with its final image to contemplate, and one may consider that Kane was a master illusionist himself, pretending greatness where there was none, and utilizing the very same tools used by those other illusionists-magicians and very young film directors--to create those illusions."
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