Watch Me and Orson Welles: In November 1937, high school student and aspiring thespian Richard Samuels takes a day trip into New York City. There, he meets and begins a casual friendship with Gretta Adler, their friendship based on a shared love and goal of a profession in the creative arts. But also on this trip, Richard stumbles across the Mercury Theatre and meets Orson Welles, who, based on an impromptu audition, offers Richard an acting job as Lucius in his modern retelling of Julius Caesar, which includes such stalwart Mercury Theatre players as Joseph Cotten and George Coulouris. Despite others with official roles as producer John Houseman, this production belongs to Welles, the unofficial/official dictator....

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Ratings: IMDB: 6.70
Runtime: 114 mins
Genres: Drama Comedy
Director: Richard Linklater
Actors: Zac Efron Claire Danes Kelly Reilly Zoe Kazan Eddie Marsan

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