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Is it wrong for Netflix to finish Orson Welles' final film?

Netflix bought the rights to deceased filmmaker Orson Welles' incomplete final film "The Other Side of the Wind." Decades after the film was left unfinished, the streaming service will complete and release it. While moviegoers are excited to finally see Welles' final work, others argue Netflix should leave it alone. What do you think? 📽️ 🎬 📽️

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Producer Frank Marshall worked on the original film, and will be involved in the completed version for Netflix.

According to the Guardian, he said:

I can’t quite believe it, but after 40 years of trying, I am so very grateful for the passion and perseverance from Netflix that has enabled us to, at long last, finally get into the cutting room to finish Orson’s last picture.
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Leave it alone, critics say.

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Others are excited.

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Entertainment
Is it wrong for Netflix to finish Orson Welles' final film?
A festive crown for the winner
#GiveUsMoreOrson
#LetOrsonRest